Plea Bargaining, Even When You're Innocent

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The Bill of Rights guarantees a trial by jury to every American accused of a crime. So why do more than 95 percent of defendants plead guilty, often despite the fact that they’re not? If the criminal justice system met the Constitutional standard, would it collapse? Also, the politics of the June 1 jobs numbers. On Reporter’s Notebook, is sex-selection a reality in the US?

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