More recently, a study of prosecutorial strike patterns in North Carolina capital trials over a twenty-year period found that "prosecutors struck eligible black venire
members at about 2.
The parties are entitled to explore whether any prejudices exist, regardless of a cursory statement that the venire
member would be fair.
in (or excluded from) the jury franchise, no single jury or venire
The dark grey bar on the left represents black venire
As argued earlier, perceived bias in the venire
selection underlies many fair cross-section challenges.
185) He argued that, although the Sixth Amendment forbids the government from "stack [ing] the deck" by eliminating certain groups from the venire
, once both sides operate on a fair playing field, they can exercise peremptory challenges with impunity.
Part II describes and explains the strengths and weaknesses of the four statistical tests courts use to determine whether a venire
is fair and reasonable and argues that the existing approaches are insufficient because they are not broadly applicable and do not comport with the purposes of the fair cross-section requirement.
names on the one other extant special jury venire
facias, which the
72) To make room for the venire
of seventy-two potential jurors, the judge ordered the courtroom cleared.
Outro julgado emblematico do STJ (36), embora nao se faca distincao clara na situacao dos autos entre o tu quoque e o venire
contra factum proprium, indica um caso em que se pode retirar, ainda que indiretamente, uma aplicacao desta figura.
An 'event' is something which 'comes,' since the word is derived from the Latin venire
(come), whereas Latin currere (run) yields 'occur.
Una frase como vultur eos venire
corresponde a una formacion acertada en latin por cuanto el verbo volo necesita complementarse con un objeto (esta lexicalizado para la complementacion): eos venire