The Jury and Democracy: How Jury Deliberation Promotes Civic Engagement and Political Participation

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Photo 2.1Alexis-Charles-Henri Clérel de Tocqueville (1805–1859), as portrayed by the French painter Théodore Chassériau
Photo 3.1Exterior photos of courthouses in the National Jury Sample. Clockwise from top left: courthouses in Thurston County (Washington), Swain County (North Carolina), Boulder County (Colorado), Cumberland County (North Carolina), Summit County (Ohio), Douglas County (Nebraska), Orleans Parish criminal courthouse (Louisiana), and El Paso County (Texas)
Photo 4.1King County downtown courthouse (top) and the Kent Regional Justice Center (bottom)
Photo 4.2Photos of the Seattle Justice Center and Municipal Court. Clockwise from top-left: street-level exterior view, seated sixperson jury, room reserved for jury deliberation, and view of downtown from Jury Assembly Room (Used by permission, photos by Traci Feller)
Photo 8.1U.S. Postal Service stamp issued on September 12, 2007, to coincide with Juror Appreciation Day celebrations. (Used by permission, USPS)

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