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Aug 25, 2017

Show 1911 Tom Woods  Jury Nullification with Judge Napolitano and Guests

Segment 1- The Juror’s Unknown Rights

One of the best-kept secrets of the American legal system is jury nullification, the jury's right to determine both the facts of the case and the justice of the law. But it won't be a secret much longer if my guest has anything to say about it.

James Babb joins me today to discuss an important and exciting jury education campaign, letting potential jurors know about the rights they have that they won’t learn about in the courtroom.

 

Segment 2- Jury Nullification

Steve Silverman of Flex Your Rights explains jury nullification. Connect with Flex Your Rights on Facebook and Twitter. 

Segment 3- Judge Napolitano

Judge Andrew Napolitano, senior judicial analyst at FOX News and author, most recently, of Theodore and Woodrow talks about Jury Nullification.

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About the Guest

James Babb is a libertarian activist in Philadelphia. Among his projects is WeWontFly.com, a campaign against the TSA.

Guest’s Website

JamesBabb.com (redirects to Facebook)

Links Mentioned

New York City campaign
Jury Rights Project

Organization Mentioned

Fully Informed Jury Association

Related Episodes

Ep. 72: Jury Nullification (Steve Silverman)
Ep. 99: Judge Napolitano! (Judge Andrew Napolitano answers a question on jury nullification around 11:30 or so into the discussion)

Book

33 Questions About American History You’re Not Supposed to Ask, by Tom Woods (question 28 covers jury nullification)