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Lessons from an Intersecting Trilogy
|Title:||Lessons from an Intersecting Trilogy|
|Authors:||Camille A. Nelson|
|Publisher:||Iowa Law Review|
|Citation:||Camille A. Nelson, Batson, O.J., and Snyder: Lessons from an Intersecting Trilogy, 93 IOWA L. REV. 1687 (2008).|
|Abstract:||This Article will explore the case of Snyder v. Louisiana17 as an example of the low threshold established by some jurisdictions that apply the Batson test. By allowing for pretext, inconsistent excuses, and flimsy explanations from prosecutors, many courts have essentially inoculated prosecutors from the rigorous potential of the Batson decision.|
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Nelson, Camille (Dean)|
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