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Freedom Friday &Function of Juries &Jury Nullification | 04 Jan 2013

-FREEDOM FRIDAY: MAN SENTENCED TO JAIL FOR ALLEGED SIGN ORDINANCE VIOLATION

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15-day jail sentence over Lockport sign We kick off 2013 Freedom Fridays today with this video about a man who was sentenced to 15 days in jail for a sign ordinance violation. David Mongielo is a Lockport, NY businessman who was fined hundreds of dollars and sentenced to jail for violating a Lockport sign ordinance […]

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Function of Juries | 03 Jan 2013

Obama Signs NDAA with Indefinite Detention Provision Still in Place

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Obama signs 2013 defense authorization, minus indefinite detention ban On Wednesday, President Barack Obama signed the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act, which outlines the Pentagon’s budget for the following year. Though the newest NDAA still allows for the indefinite detention of American citizens, the president insisted in a signing statement that his administration would not […]

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Jurors Doing Justice &Jury Nullification | 31 Dec 2012

Prosecution as Persecution: The Carol Asher Case

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William Norman Grigg writes about the careless reaction of Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden when Grigg asked him at a public meeting about his attempt to put a 66-year-old woman in prison for 14 years for conscientiously acting as an independent, fully informed juror. Carol Asher was seated as a juror in a case in […]

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Function of Juries | 27 Dec 2012

Jack Klugman, Last of the 12 Angry Men, Dies at Age 90

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And then there were none… Jack Klugman, last of the 12 Angry Men, dies aged 90 American actor Jack Klugman passed away at the age of 90 on 25 December. Among many other accomplishments, he is notable for his role as Juror #5 and having been the last surviving cast member of the original 1957 […]

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FIJA in the News &Jury Nullification | 20 Dec 2012

Jurors Shouldn’t Wait for States to Nullify!

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Jury nullification and FIJA get a nice mention in this article in The Guardian Express about state nullification. Can States Nullify Federal Law? Juries have the right to nullify bad laws by finding a person accused of violating a bad law not guilty. Famous cases of jury nullification included an abolitionist accused of harboring fugitive […]

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Volunteer | 18 Dec 2012

NJWeedman – Jury Nullification Tour

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We want to let you know about Ed Forchion/NJWeedman’s Indiegogo fundraiser for a jury nullification tour. NJWeedman is going on the offense, rigging up his weedmobil with cameras/audio and a plan to make a reality show series out of his adventures this spring. For the first segment he will travel from Los Angeles back to […]

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Jury Nullification | 18 Dec 2012

Project for Awesome Video for FIJA

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Any nerdfighters* among us? FIJA has submitted a Project for Awesome (P4A) video! Although charities have to rank in the top five to be “in the money” for this annual fundraising and awareness raising event, we thought this would be another good way to spread the FIJA message. Please click here to vote for us […]

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