Civil rights activist and the first African American to attend the University of Mississippi, James Meredith grimaces in pain as he pulls himself across Highway 51 after being shot in Hernando, Mississippi, June 6, 1966. Pulitzer Prize winning photo by Jack Thornell, see comment.
Annulment of the jury is the power granted to a jury to announce an accused as “not culprit”, even if the jury knows that the accused is guilty to the eyes of the law.
“Annulment of the Jury takes place when the guilt is established, but the jury decides to absolve to his own sense of the justice, the property, the prejudice, or any other feeling or worry”. Randall Kennedy, Race, Crime, and the Law (1997)
THIS IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT. A jury decides whether or not the accused broke the law, but have no say on the length of sentence. Most people also believe that a jury has only two strict options to pick from; ’guilty or not guilty IN THE EYES OF THE LAW’.
The power of annulment was given to the jury to avoid unjust and prejudice judgments, avoiding excessive sentences, which is plaguing America.
Annulled cases are subjected to double jeopardy laws, meaning the accused cannot be re-tried for the same crime, regardless of whether the judge feels they should be punished. It is the proper way for the jury to say “We do not agree with the law.”
Official List of Flipnote Hatena IDs for Flipnote Studio 3D
Do you remember that one guy from Flipnote Hatena that you really liked but can’t find any of his work anymore? Do you want to watch them again on your Nintendo 3DS?
Look no further, this is the official list of Flipnote Hatena IDs. You can use these codes to download Flipnotes posted on the now-defunct Flipnote Hatena website and watch them on Flipnote Studio 3D on your 3DS. In order to use these IDs listed below, go to the Nintendo DSi Library on the second page of the home menu on FS3D and enter the code there (You need a wireless connection in order for this work). We will keep this list updating every day so stay tuned for more creators! Spread the word!