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"[T]he jury room is a most remarkable - and largely inaccessible - space in our society, a space where ideas, memories, viruses, and prejudices clash with the messy stuff of the big, bad world. We expect much of this room, and we think about it less often than we probably should."

D. Graham Burnett, "A Trial by Jury"

Internet Resources

American Bar Association. "Principles for Juries and Jury Trials". American Jury Project.

American Bar Association. Dialogue on the American Jury.

"Are Six Heads as Good as Twelve?: Psychologists show how justice is better served by larger juries." American Psychological Association Online.

Cato, Jason. "Wecht trial hangs on jury picks [Jury Behavior]." Pittsburgh Tribune Review, 8/13/06.

National Center for State Courts. Jury Decision Making Guidelines: A Resource Guide. NCSC Online.

Powell, Susan. The Jury Environment in 2003, a presentation at the ABA Annual Meeting, Litigation Section, via Strategic Litigation Research Service. April 2003.

Reluctant Dependence: Jurors' Views of Corporate America - Developing a Trial Strategy That Understands Where Jurors are Coming From. Via DecisionPoints Online.

Roberts, Troy. "The Jury Consultants." 48 Hours. CBS News.

United States. Adminstrative Office of The Courts. Juror Service in Federal Courts.

The University of Texas El Paso. Center for Law and Human Behavior. Jury Project.

Articles on Jury Behavior

The following articles represent a sampling of the many hundreds of works available on jury behavior. For additional research assistance please contact the Thurgood Marshall Law Library at 410-706-6502. Online access to some of these articles is restricted to students, faculty, and staff of the University of Maryland School of Law.

Choy, D., & Ding, M. Using Experimental Economics to Peek Into the "Black Box" of Jury Behavior: A Proposal for Jury Research Reform. 14 Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal 31 (2004). Online at HeinOnline.

Diamond, S., Murphy, B., & Rose, M. (2006). Revisiting the Unanimity Requirement: The Behavior of the Non-unanimous Civil Jury. 100 Northwestern University Law Review 201 (2006). Online at Ebsco Academic.

Ellsworth, Phoebe. Classics Revisited: One Inspiring Jury. 101 Michigan Law Review 1387 (2002-2003). Online at HeinOnline.

Hartmann, M. Is it a short trip back to Manor Farm? A study of judicial attitudes and behaviors concerning the civil jury system. 54 SMU Law Review 1827 (2001). Online at HeinOnline.

Klosterman, Chuck. The Drowsy Dozen. 145 Esquire 64 (2006). Online at Ebsco Academic.

Lane, Maureen E. Twelve Carefully Selected Not So Angry Men: Are Jury Consultants Destroying the American Legal System. 32 Suffolk University Law Review 463 (1998-1999). Online at HeinOnline.

MacCoun, R.J. Experimental research on jury decision-making. 244 Science 1046 (1989).

Salant, Nathan. In Lawyers We Trust? 75 ABA Journal 24 (1989). Online at Ebsco Academic.

Shestowsky, D., & Horowitz, L. How the Need for Cognition Scale Predicts Behavior in Mock Jury Deliberations. 28 Law and Human Behavior 305 (2004).

Smith, Elliot Blair. Lone jurors sometimes hold key to final verdict. USA Today, 03/30/2004. Online at Ebsco Academic.

Tanford, S.; Penrod, S. Computer Modeling of Influence in the Jury: The Role of the Consistent Juror. 46 Social Psychology Quarterly 200 (Sep., 1983). Online at JSTOR.

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