A hung jury does not necessarily undermine a verdict in a subsequent trial – it more likely means some of the jurors from the first trial agreed with the final verdict.
Because judges have a secondary audience when issuing jury directions - appeal court judges - the language used has become too wordy and confusing. It needs to change.
A history of how jurors have faced trial themselves for getting it wrong, or slipping up in court.
The Canadian government's criminal justice bill would abolish what are known as peremptory challenges. Here's why that's long overdue.
Stereotypes can undermine the fairness of criminal trials, but research can help us understand and counter the effect of stereotypes through law reform.
A Canadian federal report recommends paying jurors at least $120 daily. Provinces should take action.
Augmented reality and holographic projections could hold benefits for victims testifying against sexual assault.
A recent Australian high court case has highlighted a problem that also exists in UK and Ireland.
Using a robotic video camera to digitally recreate a crime scene could give juries greater insight without the logistical nightmare and potential bias of a physical visit.
A debate has erupted over the recent sentencing in the Stanford sexual assault case, with questions being asked over the judge's bias, but could the same be said of jurors in other rape cases?