Panel: How to Use Jury Nullification to Quell the War on Drugs

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Too busy to watch this 84-minute panel from beginning to end? No problem. Here's a nicely-formatted transcript featuring my favorite quotes and moments. (It's still long for the Internet, but I've included lots of internal links so you can jump to stuff you like.) Conrad is the writer of Jury Nullification: Evolution of a Doctrine, the leading academic work on jury nullification. Currently a lawyer in private practice, he discusses the history and background of jury Lynch is the director of the Cato Institute's Project on Criminal Justice. He's a leading voice in support of the Bill of Rights and civil liberties. He's a prolific writer on jury nullification. He discusses the new jury nullification protection law in New Hampshire and the prospects for future Tynan is the national coordinator for the Fully Informed Jury Association (FIJA). She's been a grassroots pro-liberty activist for more than 20 years. She gives us an overview of what FIJA does in the area jury nullification activism, advocacy, and education. Steve Silverman is the founder & executive director of Flex Your Rights. I discuss how our upcoming movie, Jury Duty: What the Government Doesn't Want You to Know, will help dismantle the War on Q&A addresses important questions about government retaliation against jurors who nullify. It concludes with a frank discussion about the potential for jury misconduct. (Jump to Q&A transcript or video timecode.)Moderated by Lindsay Lasalle at 2013 International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Denver, Colorado

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