How a Prosecutor Addressed a Mostly White Jury and Won a Conviction in the Arbery Case

How a Prosecutor Addressed a Mostly White Jury and Won a Conviction in the Arbery Case

How a Prosecutor Addressed a Mostly White Jury and Won a Conviction in the Arbery Case Linda Dunikoski, a prosecutor brought in from the Atlanta area, struck a careful tone in a case that many saw as an obvious act of racial violence. Send any friend a story As a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share. BRUNSWICK, Ga. — The lawyer was from out of town, a prosecutor who had spent the bulk of her career in a large, liberal city, and she had been brought in to try the biggest case of her career: the murder of a Black man on a sunny afternoon by three white men just outside a small city pinned to the South Georgia coastline. …
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