Jury School: A Companion to Lynched at Law

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ABOUT JURY SCHOOL : a Companion to Lynched at Law As defendant, Ogle takes the stand as his readers questionhim about his thoughts before, during, and after his 9/11 trial. Ogle is not on trial for 9/11 offenses, but the date plays a very real role in his conviction. Neither is heaccused of committing a crime—heis prosecuted for being the kind of person who would have committed the crime if he could. Can the theory that an accused is entitled to a presumption of innocence apply here? In this case, will the government meet its burden of proof? Or is the burden already met in the accusation itself? Does any of this really matter if the only defense presented by counsel precluded the defendant’s right to a fair trial? When a trial judge strikes the jury instructions for the only defense the defendant’s lawyer had prepared, what exactly did jurors try? What did the jury deliberate? Dear reader, dial back to September 11, 2001, and. . . Let my trial begin!

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    WOW!, May 1, 2013
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    Very informative and engaging, also enlightening about the system of justice, in a way, that only those who encounter its power can tell.

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