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Court: Removing blacks from jury pool wasn’t discrimination

A Wisconsin prosecutor's decision to strike the only two black people from a jury pool in a drug case involving a black defendant wasn't racially motivated, since the potential jurors had said they had had bad experiences with the police, a divided state appellate court ruled on Wednesday.

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