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The American Jury: Can Noncitizens Still Be Excluded?

"Though noncitizens can be, and frequently are, judged by juries, they are categorically excluded from serving on them. In this Note, I explore the implications of this exclusion from demographic, functional, and doctrinal perspectives. The demographic portrait of noncitizens and minorities in the...

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Anchor Babies and the Challenge of Birthright Citizenship by LEO R. CHAVEZ "Birthright citizenship has a deep and contentious history in the United States, one often hard to square in a country that prides itself on being "a nation of immigrants." Even as the question of citizenship...