This is a strategy piece about juries. The data which follow are based on the constant and uninterrupted study of a series of twenty-three jury trials in a single federal district court in the Midwest. The writer's usual introductory apologia will here be foregone. It has been repeatedly stated elsewhere. At the same time, it must unequivocally be noted that the data herein and such messages as may be derived therefrom were all made possible by a Ford Foundation grant to the University of Chicago Law School. In other words, what follows is merely a small portion of the author's extremely small contribution to what is now popularly known as the University of Chicago Jury Project.
Dale W. Broeder,
The Importance of the Scapegoat in Jury Trial Cases: Some Preliminary Reflections,
Duq. L. Rev.
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