The Bloomington Bugle: The Indiana University Student Journal for Social Problems Related to Crime, Law, and Justice, Volume 1, Issue 1
Graduate Student Association, Department of Criminal Justice, Indiana University, 1999 - Crime
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A BRIEF LOOK AT WHY CAPITAL JURORS
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