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Batson v. Kentucky, 476 U.S. 79 (1986), was a case in which the United States Supreme Court ruled that a prosecutor's use of peremptory challenge in a ...

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Dec 12, 1985 ... Batson, a black man, was on trial charged with second-degree burglary and receipt of stolen goods. During the jury selection, the prosecutor ...

www.nytimes.com/1992/06/26/news/defenders-dispute-jury-bias-ruling.html

Jun 26, 1992 ... ... called Batson hearings, after the landmark Supreme Court case Batson v. Kentucky. That decision addressed the racial imbalance created by ...

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Jun 2, 2014 ... 3 See, e.g., David F. Breck, Peremptory Strikes After Batson v. ...... incompetent the burden of demonstrating prejudice”); see also Kelly Green, ...

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Andres G. Gordon, Beyond Batson v. ... Batson v. Kentucky'o developed a framework for the lower courts to analyze cases ...... Kelly, 973 F.2d 116, 119 (2d Cir.

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4 See Sheri Lynn Johnson, Batson Ethics for Prosecutors and Trial Court ...... discretion to determine best procedure to be used in any given case); Kelly v.

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2002, Kelly Lina Kuljol. All rights reserved. Articles ... ited from exercising racially discriminatory peremptory challenges); Batson v. Ky., 476. U.S. 79, 96 (1986) ...

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Dec 1, 1994 ... In 1986, the United States Supreme Court, in Batson v. Kentucky, ...... 94-5952, 1994 WL 512738 (U.S. Oct. 17, 1994); Kelly v. Withrow, 25 F.3d ...

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ultimately the United States Supreme Court in Batson v. ... A. The Batson and Wheeler Doctrines ...... Kelly, 397 U.S. 254, 267 (1970) (quoting Armstrong v.