Jury Nullification (book)
|Published||1998, Carolina Academic Press|
Jury Nullification: The Evolution of a Doctrine, by Clay Conrad, is one of the major book-length treatments of jury nullification. The Federal Lawyer noted, "Conrad provides...a comprehensive overview of jury nullification in historical, substantive, policy, and practical terms." The book surveys the history of jury nullification, describing how it has changed with cases such as Sparf v. United States and with the advent of death-qualified juries. It ends with a chapter of advice for those pursuing a nullification-based defense.
- Hannaford-Agor, Paula L.; Hans, Valerie P. (2003), Nullification at Work - A Glimpse from the National Center for State Courts Study of Hung Juries, 78, Chi.-Kent L. Rev., p. 1249
- The Federal Lawyer, Vol. 47, No. 4, 2000
- Conrad, Clay (January 1, 1999). Jury Nullification: The Evolution of a Doctrine. Carolina Academic Press. ISBN 978-0-89089-702-7.
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