The Supreme Court of the United States affirmed that a petitioner alleging racial discrimination in the jury selection process in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment has to meet the prima facie requirements under the Batson standard.
Miller-El v. Dretke, 125 S. Ct. 2317 (2005).
Diana L. Garguilo,
The Batson Standard Remains the Applicable Test for Stating a Claim of Jury Discrimination under the Fourteenth Amendment: Miller-El v. Dretke,
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