Did you know that juries have the right to vote their conscience?

If a jury feels a law is unjust, they can say "not guilty," even if a defendant seems to have broken the law. It's our constitutional right.

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You have a 1 in 7 chance of becoming a juror. If there are laws you disagree with, you may get to protect someone from being unjustly imprisoned. But only if you know how.

Jury nullification is legal, but you could be removed from the jury pool if the court discovers you know about it.


Read our guide: How do I nullify?


Learn about our unjust justice system: Why should I nullify?

Learn about nullifcation's history and legality: What is jury nullification?