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Final Class Feedback [12-01-20]

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Of what is this 'evidence'?

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Roman Catholic Diocese v. Cuomo

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Feedback [11-30-20]

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Thanksgiving Thread

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Peremptory Challenges [11-23-2020]

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Feedback [11-17-20]

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Your questions, doubts and concerns about confrontation and cross as core jury process.

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Feedback November 10

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Feedback [11-09-20]

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Discussion Group 2 [11-9-2020]

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Discussion Group 1 [11-9-2020]

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Election Night

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George Fisher Caves [11-03-2020]

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Group 1 [11-03-2020]

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Group 3 [11-03-2020]

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Feedback 11-2-2020

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Feedback 10-27-2020

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Discussion 10-27-2020

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Feedback 10-26-2020

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Hypothetical 10-19-20

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Feedback 10-20-2020

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Surveillance 10-19-20

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Feedback October 13, 2020

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i&i

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REVIEW - October 13, 2020. Please offer questions and concerns.

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Feedback Oct 6, 2020 - violence of discussion for some

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Feedback October 6, 2020

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Feedback Oct 5, 2020 Fair

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Gatecrasher - Who Wins?

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Blue Bus

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Conjunction --In what order should we decide the elements of the alleged crime?

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Prison Yard - Can WE prosecute all of them?

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Feedback [09-29-20]

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Would you be interested in joining together in threads while watching the Trump-Biden debate?

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feedback sept 28

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What is your biggest fear going forward?

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BIAS (in judgmen)t

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Feedback #1

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racism - anti-racism

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what is your passion?

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What do you feel you have to learn about fair trial? Do you feel that fair trial matters?

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Jupiter: hello comrades
Vizima: I really enjoyed today's class and diving into the complexity of the issue at hand. Have a great Thanksgiving everyone!
Acorn Bay: Last two classes have been great. I appreciate the Fair Trial team finding intellectually challenging/difficult issues surrounding the jury, and presenting them to us in a way that is engaging, reasoned, and thought-provoking. Thanks to all.
Athos: My feeling too. The merits of what we're looking for is finding the best line of argument. Do others agree with me on this?
Houtborg: 100% - the trifecta of proposals is a great framework for discussion
Houtborg: Happy Thanksgiving y'all. Hope everyone is hanging in there
Celestis: Appreciate how receptive Prof Nesson is to feedback and how patient he is explaining things to us. Very thankful for how kind he is to us!
Est Haemlet: Give Thanks - for the lessons in learning the limits of law trump is teaching us.
Hoags Object: Thankful for family.
Hoags Object: Thankful to live in one of the most prosperous and decent societies the world has ever known.
DQar: Barnards Star - agreed. I am thankful for Professor Nesson. One of the few professors I have encountered who truly cares completely about how well his students will understand the material. Yes, all professors care to an extent, but few care as much as him.
DQar: thankful for living in one of the freest countries in the history of the world. Yes there are criticisms and things that must be changed, but I am thankful for what we have.
Jedha: Happy Thanksgiving to all.
Messier 83: Thankful for health, medicine, first line workers, human ingenuity, resilience, and the blessings of life
Messier 83: To add - i am also thankful to be at HLS!
Sateda: I am very grateful to be free
Tatooine: So thankful for Professor Nesson and getting to be in his class. It was a bright spot in an otherwise dark semester for me.
Kashyyyk: Hey all - even if it sucks to be in "Zoom" classes, thankful to be in them at HLS - we're gonna be alright