Adam Liptak reports:
In the summer of 2006, not far from Mount Rushmore, a truck collided with a motorcycle. The rider lost part of his leg.
The rider sued, but a South Dakota jury sided with the truck driver. A few days later, one of the jurors approached the rider’s lawyer. The juror, Stacey Titus, said he was having second thoughts.
Those qualms set in motion a Supreme Court case to be argued next month, one that will examine the privacy of jury deliberations and consider how to address dishonesty during jury selection.
Read more on the New York Times.