Jury Nullification, Plain and Simple

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Jury Nullification, Plain and Simple
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The only plausible explanation of the Steinle verdict is that it was pure jury nullification. Most people in Garcia Zapate's position would have been convicted, but not a repeatedly deported illegal alien in San Francisco, tried before a largely millennial jury including tech workers and Ph.D.s, whose defense lawyers saw the case as an opportunity to "vindicate the rights of immigrants" and strike a blow against Donald Trump, "hate," and "division."

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