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US Supreme Court to Take Up Case About Juror's Racial Bias

The Supreme Court agreed Monday to decide whether jurors' claims of racially charged comments by another juror can overcome the need for secrecy in jury deliberations.   The justices will hear an appeal from a Hispanic man in Colorado who says he did not have a fair trial because a juror made offensive comments about Mexicans.   The remarks came to light when two other jurors told the defendant's lawyer about them. Courts rarely allow jurors to reveal what went on...

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