Markowitz Herbold appellate lawyer Anna Joyce moderates a panel discussion about Ramos v. Louisiana, a Supreme Court case that held unconstitutional the use of non-unanimous juries in criminal cases. Although the Ramos decision arose from a case in Louisiana, at the time of the court's decision, Oregon remained the only state allowing criminal convictions based on non-unanimous jury verdicts.
Anna Joyce, Markowitz Herbold, Moderator
Nora Coon, Office of Public Defense Services
Marcus Mundy, Coalition of Communities of Color
Douglas Petrina, Oregon Department of Justice
Bobbin Singh, Oregon Justice Resource Center
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