Juries

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court rules federal judges have inherent power to recall discharged jurors to correct error

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS rules for black man who claimed prosecutors eliminated blacks from jury on basis of race

Juries

Juror asks judge to reduce his six-month sentence for misconduct

Tort Law

Jury awards $55M to woman who claimed Johnson & Johnson talcum powder caused her cancer

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court considers federal judge’s authority to recall jury shortly after discharge

Juries

New jury will be picked after juror questions judge about lack of diversity

Internet Law

California bill would allow judges to fine jurors for online misdeeds

Criminal Justice

Jurors should acquit when cops and prosecutors treat blacks unfairly, law prof says in op-ed

U.S. Supreme Court

Is right to impartial jury violated by rule barring testimony on juror bias? SCOTUS to decide

Civil Rights

Judge sues judicial conduct commission claiming 1st Amendment right to criticize system on Facebook

Trials & Litigation

Google and Oracle lawyers won’t conduct research on potential jurors after judge’s ultimatum

Storytelling

Practical advice for trial lawyers from a playwright who just finished jury service

Internet Law

Google and Oracle lawyers who research jurors online must disclose it, judge rules

Constitutional Law

Felony charge dropped in case over jury nullification pamphlets

Juries

Drunken potential juror was entitled to lawyer in contempt hearing, top state court says

Criminal Justice

Judge sequesters jury after courthouse hallway fight, then declares mistrial

Trials & Litigation

Jury deadlocks in case against lawyer accused of neglect causing his dad’s death

Criminal Justice

Man convicted of first-degree murder in shooting of defendant outside Mississippi courthouse

Celebrities

Accused Gwyneth Paltrow stalker is acquitted in jury trial

Judiciary

Judge resigns after asking former jurors to ‘meet and greet’ campaign event