Although we’re all familiar with the phrase, “I’d rather be judged by twelve than carried by six,” a trial by jury is never as straightforward as it seems. Juries are unpredictable at best, and leaving your fate in the hands of twelve strangers rarely works out as it should. Armed Attorneys Emily Taylor and Leslie Cross discuss the many hazards they’ve witnessed firsthand in the courtroom of “judged by twelve” in a criminal defense case.
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