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June 9, 2005 Test your knowledge of the American jury system with this quiz.
June 9, 2005 The American Bar Association is recommending, and many states are accepting, new ways for jurors to do their work. Among the changes are allowing jurors to take notes, allowing them to talk among themselves about the case before deliberations and allowing them to suggest questions for witnesses.
June 9, 2005 The increasing use of arbitration to settle civil conflicts and avoid trials is having a big effect on the jury consultant business -- with too many parties settling their disputes out of court, what's the need for a jury anyway?
June 9, 2005 The decisions of juries have featured prominently in some of this year's biggest news stories -- from Arthur Andersen and Laci Peterson to the current trial of Michael Jackson. In the first part of series on juries, Ari Shapiro reports on what the legal community is doing to bring more potential jurors into the courthouse.
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