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Attorney General Rules in Favor of Women Jurors


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Despite the 19th Amendment, the question of women's suitability to serve as members of juries remained undecided across much of the country. North Carolina Attorney General for 1937 reviews precedence for women serving on juries and the case presented both for and against but ultimately decided that women should be treated as full citizens and be allowed to serve on juries.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 5 Issue 1, Oct 1937, p1-2, 17, por
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17508