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Slate's Jurisprudence: Tainted Juries and Celebrity Trials

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Slate's Jurisprudence: Tainted Juries and Celebrity Trials

Slate's Jurisprudence: Tainted Juries and Celebrity Trials

Slate's Jurisprudence: Tainted Juries and Celebrity Trials

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Slate legal analyst Dahlia Lithwick talks with NPR's Alex Chadwick about the obstacles faced by prosecutors and other court officers in seating an untainted jury for high-profile cases like those of Martha Stewart and Kobe Bryant.