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NCJ Number: 42206 Find in a Library
Title: IMPACT OF JURY SIZE ON THE PROBABILITY OF CONVICTION
Journal: JUSTICE SYSTEM JOURNAL  Volume:2/3  Dated:(SPRING 1977)  Pages:226-232
Author(s): S NAGEL; M NEEF
Corporate Author: Institute for Court Management
United States of America
Date Published: 1977
Page Count: 7
Sponsoring Agency: Institute for Court Management
Denver, CO 80202
Type: Statistics
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS ARTICLE, DRAWING ON STATISTICAL INFORMATION FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO RESEARCH, FOUND THAT TWELVE-PERSON JURIES TEND TO CONVICT 68 PERCENT OF THE TIME, 2 PERCENT MORE OFTEN THAN SIX-PERSON JURIES....BDS
Index Term(s): Convictions; Juries; Juror utilization; Jury selection; Statistical analysis; Statistics; Verdicts
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