Slate's Jurisprudence: Tainted Juries and Celebrity Trials 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.
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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.