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Short answer: no. Check out this Duke University study, it's really interesting. I'm still trying to wrap my mind around the idea that just having one black person in the jury pool (not even necessarily on a jury) can have such a significant effect on conviction rates.
the study: http://goo.gl/7wAQR h/t Colorines: http://goo.gl/xMC4Y
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