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Shadow of a Doubt | New York Times Magazine

By January 15, 2020 No Comments

By Emily Bazelon

In 2011, Michael Shannon was wrongly convicted of murder, even though two jurors voted to acquit him — a result of a Louisiana law rooted in discrimination.

But for defendants like Shannon — and the holdout jurors who believed in their innocence — it has left a bitter legacy.

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