Addressing Juror Stress: A Trial Judge’s Perspective…..43:97

Appearance Rates of Potential Jurors Who Confirm, Postpone, or Fail to Respond to the Jury Summons: Are Postponed Jurors Saying “No” or “Not Now”?…..59:649

Batson v. Kentucky, 106 S. Ct. 1712 (1986)—It Is a Violation of the Equal Protection Clause for a Prosecutor to Use Peremptory Challenges to Remove Black Jurors from the Venire Solely on the Basis of Their Race or on the Assumption that Black Jurors Will Be Unable to Impartially Consider a Case Against a Black Defendant…..36:635

Does Voir Dire Serve as a Powerful Disinfectant or Pollutant? A Look at the Disparate Approaches to Jury Selection in the United States and Canada…..59:733

Efficient Jury Utilization Techniques . . . Or Proposition 12…..28:21

Georgia v. McCollum, 112 S. Ct. 2348 (1992)…..43:219

In Defense of the Jury Trial: ADR Has Its Place, but It Is Not the Only Place…..60:349

Increasing Juror Satisfaction: A Call to Action for Judges and Researchers…..59:707

Juror Bias Undiscovered During Voir Dire: Legal Standards for Reviewing Claims of a Denial of the Constitutional Right to an Impartial Jury…..39:201

Liability-Limiting Legislation: An Impermissible Intrusion into the Jury’s Right to Decide…..36:723

Misconduct of Jury Members in Iowa…..10:126

Peremptory Challenge: Substance Worth Preserving?…..43:435

Sequestration for the Twenty-First Century: Disconnecting Jurors from the Internet During Trial…..59:621

Systematic Negligence in Jury Operations: Why the Definition of Systematic Exclusion in Fair Cross Section Claims Must Be Expanded…..59:761

Twelve Angry—and Sometimes Alienated—Men: The Experiences and Treatment of Lesbians and Gay Men During Jury Service…..59:669

Understanding Visual Metaphors: What Graphic Novels Can Teach Lawyers About Visual Storytelling…..63:193