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Publication Date: 1987
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Wrightsman, Lawrence S., Kassin, Saul L., Willis, Cynthia E.
Psychologists and social scientists have recently undertaken systematic studies of the processes involved in the jurors' role in the courtroom. In the Jury Box is a collection of articles from the accumulating professional literature reflecting research into challenging issues such as: } Does jury selection 'work'? } Are jurors able to make unbiased judgements? } Should complex cases be determined by an experienced judge rather than inexperienced laypersons? The book is divided into four sections, each on a different aspect of the jury process. Each section contains an introduction and summary written by the volume editors to place it in an appropriate context and provide conclusions.Wrightsman, Lawrence S. is the author of 'In the Jury Box: Controversies in the Courtroom', published 1987 under ISBN 9780803931671 and ISBN 0803931670.
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