Won't jury nullification lead to unequal application of the law?
We will take an occasional chance at liberty and justice as opposed to equal application of tyranny.
Any system of justice is going to have inconsistent application to similar circumstances. That exists, today.
Jury nullification pursues the real goal - liberty and justice. Hopefully for all, but even if we fall short of liberty and justice for all, it is better to increase the likelihood for all of obtaining it. That is what jury nullification does.
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