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Video and reference links for our 9 November 2020 Zoom session of 15 Minutes with FIJA. We cover jury issues in two capital cases, jury trial delays due to reluctance of people to serve, and an update on the status of trials by jury around the country.

Video and reference links for our first November 2020 Zoom session of 15 Minutes with FIJA. We talk Breonna Taylor grand jury updates, status of a past non-unanimous jury conviction, virtual trials by jury in the news, and more.

Reference links for 26 October 2020 Zoom session of 15 Minutes with FIJA. We cover Breonna Taylor grand jury updates, the first case we've seen of a juror testing positive for COVID-19, and more.

Video and reference links for our 19 October 2020 Zoom session of 15 Minutes with FIJA. We talk Breonna Taylor grand jury updates, status of a past non-unanimous jury conviction, virtual trials by jury in the news, and more.

We answer a question from a FIJA constituent about the grand jury considering charges over the homicide of Breonna Taylor.

How many provisions for jury rights in the United States Constitution can you think of off the top of your head? Check your answer here!

2020 marks the 350th anniversary of the landmark conscientious acquittal in the trial of William Penn. Join us in celebrating this year with an online video extravaganza throughout the day!

On a 5-2 margin, the Michigan Supreme Court has overturned the false "jury tampering" conviction against Keith Wood for sharing FIJA's Your Jury Rights: True or False? brochure on the public sidewalk outside the Mecosta County Courthouse.

Give 'em a one-two punch of inspiration and information by wearing a new FIJA superhero t-shirt or hoodie while you hand them a FIJA brochure you've just pulled out of your new FIJA tote bag. Don't delay! Check out the new merchandise and get the details on the pre-order deadlines so you don't miss your chance at the styles and sizes you want.

At the invitation of the Michigan Supreme Court, FIJA has filed an amicus curiae brief in support of Keith Wood's First Amendment-guaranteed right to share FIJA literature on the public sidewalk outside a courthouse.