Witherspoon v. Illinois: The court was right.

Bernard, J. L., & Dwyer, W. O. (1984). Witherspoon v. Illinois: The court was right. Law and Psychology Review, 8, 105-114.

No impact of death penalty attitude composition on verdict, but proportion of jurors favoring death penalty related to jury sentence; juries with 50% excludable jurors never gave death sentence. Moderate jurors most likely to change votes during deliberation.

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