- adj. Not unanimous.
- non- + unanimous (Wiktionary)
“It would mean the end to both nonunanimous juries and juries of less than 12 people in criminal cases.”
“It is not surprising that Alito was far more conservative than O'Connor or that Alito and Roberts had the highest agreement rate of any two justices on the Court in nonunanimous decisions (88 percent).”
“In the court's most significant nonunanimous cases, Chief Justice Roberts was in dissent almost as often as he was in the majority.”
“Florida; the nonunanimous jury cases were 5–4 (Justices Douglas, Brennan, Stewart, and Marshall dissenting), and the less-than-12-member jury case was 8–1 (Justice Marshall dissenting).”
“This suggests that at least some Justices — and perhaps a majority — may be willing to revisit the nonunanimous jury issue which, as I mentioned, was 5–4 when the Court decided the matter, and on which a change of course would affect only a few states or even the jury sizeissue.”
“Graphic shows percentage of times David Souter agreed with other justices in nonunanimous cases”
“He said he supports the death penalty but has yet to see a nonunanimous jury proposal that will withstand a constitutional challenge.”
“If the nonunanimous jury amendment is put on his bill, Smith said, it would kill both measures.”
“Even though many DAs support the nonunanimous jury bill, they have said they do not want it amended to -- and thus imperil passage of -- their top priority, the life-without-parole bill.”
“But House Rules Committee Chairman Earl Ehrhart (R-Powder Springs) pulled the bill off the House floor just before the vote so it could be amended with nonunanimous jury legislation.”
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