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Supreme Court divided in juror race-bias dispute

The Supreme Court on Tuesday wrestled with a fresh dispute involving race and the U.S. criminal justice system in a case over whether a Hispanic man’s sexual harassment convictions should be thrown out because of a juror’s racially charged statements during deliberations. The eight...
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