Race on Trial

Law and Justice in American History (Viewpoints on American Culture) by Annette Gordon-Reed

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

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Cover of: Race on Trial | Annette Gordon-Reed
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Haney López deftly seeks the movement's roots in poverty, urban violence, segregation, and. Unfortunately, the trial process is not immune to race related biases that disparately disadvantage minority members of our society. In criminal cases, the effects of jurors’ biases about the defendant’s race can be diluted by making racial bias salient [2].

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