Deep Delta Justice
Journalist Matthew Van Meter discussed Duncan v. Louisiana, a civil rights case which helped to reaffirm the right to a trial by jury in most criminal cases. This was a virtual event hosted by the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville.
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Gary Duncan Petitioner
Jeremy Finley Journalist and Novelist
Matthew Van Meter Author
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