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Nullification Resources

If you’re sitting on a jury and the facts and law require you to convict but your conscience requires you not to, you must follow your conscience and acquit. Here are some resources intended to educate you, as a juror, of this right:

The Fully Informed Jury AssociationFIJA Juror’s HandbookKelly Ross on Nullification“Jury Nullification: The Evolution of a Doctrine” by Clay Conrad Erowid’s Jury Nullification Page

(Guest Blogger, I’m in Harris County. Is this enough to get me indicted as a party to perjury under your theory?)


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