Post-peremptory jury selection issue in Court of Appeal decision

By John L. Hill (September 21, 2022, 11:45 AM EDT) -- Do men and women decide what is a fact differently? Would an all-male or and all-female jury come to different conclusions as to what is a fact in particular situations? If so, were all jury verdicts in the past, where the juries were not diverse, incapable of perceiving the truth? Or has our 21st century acceptance of the need for equality of the sexes demonstrated a fundamental flaw in our judicial system when juries are composed disproportionately of one gender?...
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