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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
To: pmitch@primenet.com
Subject: SLF: Nightline on Jury Nullification

State AND federal juries are not legal bodies,
as long as they exclude state Citizens from
their ranks, pursuant to unconstitutional
jury selection statutes.  For details, read:

"Juries in Check Around the Nation"


"State Citizens Cannot Vote"

in the Supreme Law Library, at the URL
just below my name here.

Those who are qualified to serve in Congress,
or the White House, cannot render verdicts 
or issue indictments.

And those who can render verdicts and issue
indictments, cannot serve in Congress (House
or Senate), nor serve in the White House.

This result is absurd:  reductio ad absurdum.

See the Qualifications Clauses, in particular,
and the proper construction of these Clauses in
Ex parte Knowles, 5 Cal. 300 (1855).

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 01:04 AM 8/30/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Forwarded message:
>From:	freematt@coil.com (Matthew Gaylor)
>To:	freematt@coil.com (Matthew Gaylor)
>Date: 97-08-29 21:47:30 EDT
>From: Jury Rights Project <jrights@darkstar.cygnus.com>
>Subject: Nightline transcript available
>Transcript available - Nightline on Jury Nullification
>ABC Nightline
>Tuesday, August 26, 1997
>Topic: Jury Nullification
>America In Black And White (Part I)
>Race And The Criminal Justice System
>  www.abcnews.com/onair/nightline/html_files/transcripts/ntl0826.html
>  Or email jrp for the text of the transcript (long.)
>Guests: Paul Butler, law professor, George Washington University
>        Randall Kennedy, law professor, Harvard University
>        Reggie Walton, Washington D.C. Superior Court judge
>        Laura Kriho, former juror convicted of contempt of court
>        Paul Grant, attorney for Laura Kriho
>        Angela Davis, law professor, American University
>        Edward Eagles, Jury foreman in the trial of Marion Barry
>Reported by:  Ted Koppel and Michel McQueen
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