Guilty verdicts required to be unanimous: How will this affect criminal trials?

In April of 2020 in the case Ramos v. Louisiana, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the provision of the Louisiana Constitution (and similar laws of Oregon and Puerto Rico) stating that a defendant can be convicted of a felony offense if only 10 of the 12 jurors agreed to convict violates the U.S. Constitution’s … Continue reading Guilty verdicts required to be unanimous: How will this affect criminal trials?