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Topic - Marcus Robinson
North Carolina's highest court will determine whether a lower-court judge erred when he ruled that racism was so pervasive in the trials of four convicted murderers that their sentences had to be changed from death to life behind bars without parole.
Black potential jurors were 3.5 times more likely to not be allowed to serve than non-black jurors, he said.