"In 2002, the British government considered making it illegal for news organizations to offer tell-all financial deals to jurors in ongoing criminal trials--and to dangle a larger payment if the verdict were to be guilty." No such bill passed. [Holman Jenkins @ WSJ]
Jury trials and the press, UK edition
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