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Alan Scheflin

Jury Nullification: The Right to Say No (1972)

Jury Nullification: The Right to Say No (1972) by Alan Scheflin

Only one of the countless historical trials held at the Old Bailey in London is commemorated by a memorial in the present building. On a plaque near Court No. 5 are inscribed these words:

Near this site William Penn and William Mead were tried in 1670 for preaching to an unla...