Jury nullifiction

It’s notable that the Tribune overlooks Judge Kissinger’s subversion of the rule of law while insisting that
the new bill would “undermine rule of law.” Nevertheless, those who claim that jury nullification is a
violation of rule of law are wrong. “Jury nullification is a part of our law,” according to Cato Institute
legal scholar Tim Lynch. “It’s part of the checks and balances in our constitutional system. Just as pardon
power is used by governors and the president, juries have the power to bring back acquittals.”
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