Anti-abortion groups used to think jury nullification was swell. But now jurors could use it to fight back against forced-birth laws

Jury nullification is when one or more members of a jurors find a defendant not guilty even though they believe the defendant broke the law. Lawyers spend a lot of time choosing who sits on a jury because they know many people have beliefs that override laws. In 1990 a San Diego newspaper ran a…
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