The influence of size and decision rule in jury decision-making.

Velasco, P. D. P. (1995). The influence of size and decision rule in jury decision-making. In G. Davies, S. Lloyd-Bostock, M. McMurran, & C. Wilson (Eds.), Psychology, law, and criminal justice: International developments in research and practice (pp. 344-348). Berlin, Germany: Walter De Gruyter.

No impact of decision rule or jury size on verdicts (slight tendency for larger juries to hang more). Forepersons spoke most in more than half the juries. Participation greater in smaller juries; no juror remained silent in smaller juries, but at least one juror did in more than half of larger juries.

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