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To: meatloaf
I believe nullification only applies to GRAND juries, I.E. Federal and State cases.
You are always free to render your vote as you see fit, without fear of prosocution or prosecution what ever the court.
45 posted on 02/25/2011 11:24:48 AM PST by enraged
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To: enraged

I thought grand juries could indict, but a regular jury could produce verdicts of guilty, not guilty or not guilty via nullification when the judge’s direction would seem to provide the possibility of only a guilty verdict but of possibly varying degree.


134 posted on 02/25/2011 7:17:28 PM PST by meatloaf
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