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FIJActivist | 15 Apr 2011

ACLU and First Amendment Center respond

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You can view the response in the FIJA, et al. v. Ninth Circuit case here. Obviously, Belvin Perry’s office was unable to articulate a clear position for their specious attack on informing jurors of their inherent rights of conscience. Meanwhile, FIJA Activists continue to spread the word all across the nation. Join us by ordering […]

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FIJA in the News | 02 Mar 2011

ACLU Challenges Courthouse Ban on Protected Speech

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For Release, March 2, 2011 CONTACT: ACLU of Florida Media Office, (786) 363-2737 or media@aclufl.org Daytona Beach – The ACLU of Florida today filed a legal challenge to an Administrative Order entered by Chief Judge Belvin Perry, Jr. of the Ninth Judicial Circuit. The Order bans protected speech on the Orange County and Osceola County […]

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FIJA in the News | 23 Feb 2011

Group fighting for free speech against Judge Belvin Perry

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More publicity for jury nullification- this time on News 13 in central Florida: Group fighting for free speech against Judge Belvin Perry Video of interview with James Cox is here.

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eBulletin &Jurors Doing Justice &Media Releases | 24 Dec 2010

FIJA Applauds Veto by Missoula Jury Pool

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For Immediate Release (250 words) 23 December 2010 FIJA Applauds Veto by Missoula Jury Pool Iloilo Marguerite Jones, Executive Director of the Fully Informed Jury Association (FIJA), applauds actions of the Missoula jury pool, but not the government label of “mutiny.” Jury veto, or jury nullification, is the lawful vote of the People to prevent […]

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FIJActivist | 10 Dec 2010

FIJA Activism in Orlando, FL

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Julian Heicklan joins James Cox in Orlando, FL for some FIJA activism.  Great work everyone!  We love seeing people spreading the word about FIJA and jury nullification. From James Cox: Today I met with Julian Heicklan to start his FIJA activism tour in Florida. The weather here in Florida today was cold, but the sun […]

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FIJA in the News &Function of Juries | 17 Nov 2010

Doug Casey on Juries and Justice

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Doug Casey is interviewed by Louis James, Editor, International Speculator on Lew Rockwell. L: Doug, in our conversation last week, we touched on the topic of jury duty, and I could tell that you had a lot of thoughts on the subject. It’s an important topic, since the jury system is, theoretically at least, meant […]

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FIJA in the News &FIJActivist | 17 Nov 2010

Activists encourage jurors to take a stand

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It seems to be an altruistic endeavor: Rally the populace to make informed and conscientious decisions when serving as a juror. But James Cox, campaign manager for the Fully Informed Jury Association, said he was threatened with arrest outside the Broward County Courthouse; received a citation from Homeland Security while handing out literature in front […]

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FIJA in the News &Jury Rights Day | 03 Sep 2010

Jury Rights Day

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Connecticut recognizes September 5th as Jury Rights Day!

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FIJA in the News &Jury Rights Day | 02 Sep 2010

Jury Appreciation Day

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New Hampshire has proclaimed September 5th, 2010 as Jury Appreciation Day.

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