US Supreme Court Takes Up Case That Could End Non-Unanimous Juries In Oregon

The U.S. Supreme Court kicks off its new term Monday with a case that has potentially sweeping implications for Oregon, and could end the state’s non-unanimous jury system.

The court will hear arguments in Ramos v. Louisiana, which stems from a 2014 murder in New Orleans.

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