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Jim Crow'apos;s Last Stand - Nonunanimous Criminal Jury Verdicts in Louisiana (Cód: 9699232)

Thomas Aiello

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Jim Crow'apos;s Last Stand - Nonunanimous Criminal Jury Verdicts in Louisiana

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The last remnant of the racist Redeemer agenda in the Louisiana'apos;s legal system, the nonunanimous jury-verdict law permits juries to convict criminal defendants with only ten out of twelve votes. A legal oddity among southern states, the ordinance has survived multiple challenges since its ratification in 1880. Despite the law'apos;s long history, few are aware of its existence, its original purpose, or its modern consequences. At a time when Louisiana'apos;s penal system has fallen under national scrutiny, Jim Crow'apos;s Last Stand presents a timely, penetrating, and concise look at the history of this law'apos;s origins and its troubling legacy.

The nonunanimous jury-verdict law originally allowed a guilty verdict with only nine juror votes, funneling many of those convicted into the state'apos;s burgeoning convict lease system. Yet the law remained on the books well after convict leasing ended. Historian Thomas Aiello describes the origins of the statute in Bourbon Louisiana-a period when white Democrats sought to redeem their state after Reconstruction-its survival through the civil rights era of the 1950s and 1960s, and the Supreme Court'apos;s decision in Johnson v. Louisiana (1972), which narrowly validated the state'apos;s criminal conviction policy.

Spanning over a hundred years of Louisiana law and history, Jim Crow'apos;s Last Stand investigates the ways in which legal policies and patterns of incarceration contribute to a new form of racial inequality.

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Peso 0.00 Kg
Produto sob encomenda Sim
Marca LONGLEAF SERVICES (Livros Digitais)
Número de Páginas 184 (aproximado)
Idioma 337
Acabamento e-book
Territorialidade Internacional
Formato Livro Digital Epub
Gratuito Não
Proteção Drm Sim
Tamanho do Arquivo 2085
Início da Venda 04/05/2015
Código do Formato Epub
Cód. Barras 9780807159019
Ano da Publicação 115
AutorThomas Aiello