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Bat·son

(bat'sŏn),
Oscar V., U.S. otolaryngologist, 1894-1979. See: Batson plexus, Carmody-Batson operation.
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And, although the Supreme Court sought in Batson v.
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The Supreme Court faced an important ideological choice when it banned the racial use of peremptory challenges in Batson v.
Among his topics are the link between juror factors and verdicts, the Batson v.
In two cases decided at the end of the term, the Supreme Court breathed new life into the Batson v.
The peremptory had been ailing, some commentators believed, since the Court's decision eight years earlier in Batson v.
It was true that the previous year Powell had written a strong equal protection opinion in Batson v.
42, 59 (1992) (banning the racial use of peremptory challenges by defense lawyers); Batson v.
178) Indeed, some may believe that their duty to their clients is so strong that, as one lawyer argued, it would be "unethical for a defense lawyer to disregard what is known about the influence of race and sex on juror attitudes in order to comply with Batson v.
Italian-Americans are protected from racially discriminatory peremptory challenges trader Batson v.
3) Concerned that the prosecutor's strike was racially motivated, defense counsel raised an objection under Batson v.