The following video was done at a panel discussion with emphasis on ending the drug war. However, the principles remain the same for using it to end any unjustified trial of victimless crimes, or even against unConstitutional Laws, such as the NDAA, or spying on our emails and phones. Any unjustified action by the law enforcement community can be nullified on a case by case basis. If enough cases are nullified of a given “crime”, prosecutors might eventually stop bringing them to trial.
A case in point might be when police are beating a “suspect” and claim he resisted arrest when the “suspect” was merely covering up to protect themselves from the beating. This has happened. Should a jury convict the “suspect” for resisting arrest because the judge instructs them to do so?
The video gives useful tips, as well as covering the history of jury nullification. – Shorty Dawkins, Associate Editor
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