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A View from the Jury Box is a journalistic approach to the long and complicated trial of Ron Blaney Jr., a deaf mute, who was accused of murdering and torturing his deaf girlfriend and her mother. The author, Carol Hazelwood, was the foreperson. This is the story of compassion, pettiness, stupidity, and sincerity of twelve jurors struggling to come to a right and fair judgment as the law dictates. This book is a true enactment of our jury system and the flawed human beings who are brought together to rain judgement on another.

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