Interview of Marla Sandys (s9d)
This segment examines how jurors are instructed with regard to deciding between life and death, what they may be told regarding their decisions, the pressures of jury deliberations, and what happens when jurors cannot agree. Marla Sandys, a jury expert and professor of criminal justice at Indiana University, discusses the findings of her studies on how jurors make life-and-death decisions.
Tagged under: Yale,Capital Punishment,Stephen Bright,Death Penalty,Race,Poverty,Disadvantage,racial disparities,injustice,Marla Sandys
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