Q. I am writing a term paper about jury instructions that should be revised in the state of md, jurors are told they may believe whomever they choose?

I am a on-line student in the criminal justice program at Argosy University. I do not believe jurors should be instructed that they may believe whomever they choose while a person may not be convicted unless based on the evidence presented beyond a reasonable doubt.


On the library homepage, click on FIND NOW under Find Articles, On the Find Articles & More page, you can select the database(s) that you need.

For this subject area, you will want to search in a database like:

  • ProQuest Central
  • Criminal Justice Periodicals
  • SIRS Issues Researcher

ProQuest Central and Criminal Justice Periodicals both have boxes to check for Peer Review and Full Text which you may need to check so that you can access the full article. If you click on advanced search, you'll also have the option to search for articles from a specific date range (the ability to do this is under search options). Some examples of keyword searches are:

"jury instructions" AND revision
"jury instructions" AND change


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