TITLE

Chapter Three: THE O. J. SIMPSON TRIAL AND JUROR COMPETENCE

PUB. DATE
January 1999
SOURCE
Politically Incorrect Dialogues;1999, Vol. 82, p7
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter Three of the book "Politically Incorrect Dialogues," by Howard Kainz is presented. It highlights the O. J. Simpson murder trial where the verdict reveals that the jurors were able to look beyond the trial to the whole criminal justice system, and create a statement on the unequal treatment of whites and African Americans. It discusses the Simi Valley, California jurors who could not sentenced white police officers for beating an uncooperative and stubborn African American man.
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