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Terrorism / Fair Trials #651893

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 11, 2001
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(Studio: John Roberts) How the September 11 attack and the anthrax cases have altered American society introduced.

(San Francisco: John Blackstone) The issue of a right to a fair trial examined; details given of juries' tendencies to accept defense claims of bias before September 11. [National Jury Project jury consultant Karen Jo KONNAN - comments on law enforcement.] The case of former fugitive Sara Jane Olson recalled. [Confessed conspirator OLSON - says the atmosphere is inhospitable for her case.] [In court, superior court judge Larry Paul FIDLER - speaks to Olson.] [Attorney Robert PHILIBOSIAN - says terrorism cannot stop our trial system.]

Blackstone, John;
Roberts, John

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