Jurors in the United States are often exposed to horror—and, like those empaneled in the Tsarnaev case, would benefit from access to post-trial counseling and services.
As they coerce defendants into making plea bargains, prosecutors are also shutting everyday Americans out of the justice system.
If Governor Jerry Brown signs a newly passed bill, non-citizens will be as eligible for duty as notorious Hollywood actors.
On Constitution Day, a reminder that the supreme law of the land requires citizens' participation in order to remain strong
Trials by jury encourage faith in our legal system.
History is the reason a single-gender jury is possible, but the state legislature is the reason it's more likely in Florida. How should citizens feel about it?
Want to change the world? En route to curing cancer, how about remembering to vote and go to jury duty?
A proposal in California to expand the jury pool raises important questions about the meaning of citizenship and the nature of sovereignty.
Why Americans should stop complaining and learn to appreciate this constitutional obligation