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A look at military courts-martial panel selection

Fundamental fairness in the American legal system requires that juries in criminal trials be fairly selected, with jurors being free of taint as regards prejudicial views against a defendant that might unlawfully influence a judicial outcome (indeed, Article VI of the Bill of Rights in the U.S. Constitution refers to a defendant's right to an "impartial jury" in all criminal prosecutions).

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