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Is jury nullification in the United States justified?

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Jury nullification in the United States has its origins in colonial British America. The issue of jury nullification arose notably in the Zenger case (1734) and is rooted in common law civil liberty traditions borrowed from Great Britain prior to the American Revolution.

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