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Freedom Friday &Lunch Break for Liberty | 18 Feb 2011

Freedom Friday: Lunch Break for Liberty

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This week we feature a clip from the classic western The Ox-Bow Incident based on the novel of the same name written by Walter Van Tilburg Clark. In this clip, Gil Carter, played by Henry Fonda, reads a letter by a victim of mob rule written to his wife. This letter emphasizes the importance of […]

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Freedom Friday &Jury Nullification &Lunch Break for Liberty | 14 Jan 2011

Freedom Friday: Lunch Break for Liberty

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In this week’s Freedom Friday video, FIJA Director Iloilo Jones discusses the right and responsibility of jurors to consult their consciences in rendering a verdict. We invite you to take a moment during your lunch break today to distribute the link to this blog post to your friends and family via e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, etc. […]

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Freedom Friday &Lunch Break for Liberty | 28 May 2010

Freedom Friday: Lunch Break for Liberty Online

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Welcome to our second edition of Freedom Friday: Lunch Break for Liberty Online! This week George Washington University Law Professor Paul Butler shares a little idea to counter mass incarceration and unfair criminal-justice policies: jury nullification: We invite you to take a moment during your lunch break today to distribute the video to your friends […]

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