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NCJ Number: 41139 Find in a Library
Title: JUROR IN NEW YORK CITY - A SURVEY OF ATTITUDES AND EXPERIENCES
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: New York City Subcommittee on the Jury System
United States of America
Date Published: 1973
Page Count: 408
Sponsoring Agency: New York City Subcommittee on the Jury System
Type: Statistics
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: BOOK CONTAINS THE FINDINGS OF A SURVEY OF JUROR OPINIONS IN NEW YORK CITY.
Abstract: THIS BOOK IS MADE UP OF THE OPINIONS OF 2,416 JURORS ON SUCH QUESTIONS AS: WHAT IS YOUR OPINION OF THE SECURITY IN THE COURTHOUSE; WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE FEE JURORS RECEIVE; AND WHAT ARE YOUR ATTITUDES ABOUT THE COURT OFFICIALS AND THE COURTESY EXTENDED TO JURORS. OTHER ISSUES THAT JURORS EXPRESSED THEIR OPINIONS ON INCLUDED UTILIZATION OF JUROR'S TIME, PHYSICAL COMFORT OF THE COURT FACILITIES, AND METHODS OF THE LAWYERS. A JUROR PROFILE OF AGE, SEX, RACE, AND PRIOR JURY DUTY IS ALSO INCLUDED....BDS
Index Term(s): Attitudes; Juries; Juror utilization; Questionnaires; Statistics; Surveys
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