Merrick Garland’s J6 Juries Prove Durham’s Point: Conservatives Can’t Get A Fair Trial In D.C.
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Biased juries and politics, rather than an 'objective view of the law and the facts,' may dictate whether a defendant is convicted or acquitted.

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