Associated Press "O.J. Simpson To Get Vegas Court Hearing On Bid For New Trial". Newsone.com, n.p., 11 May 2013. Web. 23 January 2014. Page found with an image of O.J. Simpson in court. Used for the Famous Cases of Jury Nullification page.
Babb, James. "Photo of NJ Weed Man". Wagthegonzo.blogspot.com, n.p. 2 July 2013. Web. 25 January 2014. Source contained a photograph of the New Jersey Weed Man. Used as the image for the Bibliography page.
Blunt, Philly. "Image of the New Jersey Weed Man". Seedmine.com., n.p. 19 July 2012. Web. 23 January 2014. Page found with an image of the New Jersey Weedman, a cancer patient who promotes jury nullification and marijuana legalization. Used as an image in the Introduction page.
Bossip Staff. "Man Who Was Molested By Pedophile Catholic Priest As A Child Viciously Gets Revenge 35 Years Later And Smiles In Mugshot Photo". Bossip.com, n.p. 1 November 2010. Web. 28 January 2014. Source the mugshot of William Lynch. This image was used as an image in the Legitimate Excuse page.
"Can You Buy Marijuana Legally In Stores Tomorrow?" Snowbrains.com, n.p., 31 December 2013. Web. 23 January 2014.Page found with an image of marijuana. Used in the Legitimate Excuses page.
Clive Emsley, Tim Hitchcock and Robert Shoemaker. "Crime and Justice - Trial Procedures", Old Bailey Proceedings Online, n.p., n.d. Web. 23 January 2014. Page found with an image of an eighteenth century courtroom. Used for the Recognized Right page's image.
Doug Darrell v. New Hampshire. New Hampshire State Court. 14 September 2012. Web. 19 October 2013. Used as an example of jury nullification for defendants with legitimate excuses for their crimes. Used in the Legitimate Excuses page.
Eyre, Pete. "Edward Forchion 'NJ Weedman' Modern Day Hero". Copblock.org, n.p. 1 November 2011. Web. 27 January 2014. Page contained an image of Edward Forchion when charged in court. Image used with Ed Forchion's court case image in the Famous Cases page.
"Free Stater Who Helped Acquit N.H. Pot Grower: Jurors Were Thinking About Nullification 'From The Beginning'". Libertycrier.com, n.p. 25 September 2012. Web. 28 January 2014. Page had an image of Doug Darrell, who's court case was discussed in the legitimate excuses paragraph. Image used in the Legitimate Excuses page.
"Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 ChernDelgado". amsarealcause.wikispaces.com, n.p., n.d. Web. 28 January 2014. Source had an image of a poster addressing to all colored people of Boston that the police were now slave catchers as well. Image used in the Unfit Law page.
"Jury Nullification". Whale.to, n.p., n.d. Web. 23 January 2014. Page found with an image of a sign encouraging jury nullification. This image was used in the Conclusion page.
K. "Judge William Cassius Goodloe, III". Findagrave.com, n.p. 14 October 2012. Web. 28 January 2014. Page informs about the location of William C. Goodloe's grave and a biography with images. Image of the judge was used in the Recognized Right page.
"Magna Carta- Inspiration for Modern Governments". Socialstudiesforkids.com, n.p. n.d. Web. 27 January 2014. Site provides information on the English Magna Carta, and images. One of the images of the Magna Carta was used in the Introduction page.
McBride, Alex. "Griswold vs. Connecticutt (1965)". PBS.org, n.p. n.d. Web. 28 January 2014. The source contained an image of a man protesting prohibition. This image was used in the Unfit Law page title image.
Newbould, Hannah. "TV cameras in the courtroom". PRMediablog.co.uk, n.p. 8 September 2011. Web. 27 January 2014. Site contained an image of a judge's mallet. The image was used for the Famous Cases page image.
Supreme Court of Canada. "R. v. Krieger  2 S.C.R. 501, 2006 SCC 47". 2006. Web. 8 November 2013. Court case where the Canadian Supreme Court mentioned the jury's right to nullify. Mentioned in the Conclusion page.
Boston District Court. "U.S. v. Lewis Hayden". 1 April 1851. Web. 5 October 2013. Used as an example of jury nullification for laws unfit for society at that time. Mentioned in the Unfit Law page.
Wintle, Gary. "Download 'Free Marc Emery' and Pot Protest Posters". Cannabisculture.com, n.p. 16 September 2009. Web. 28 January 2014. Site contained various pro-marijuana posters. One of these posters was used in the Unfit Law page title image.
Yee, Shirley. "Hayden, Lewis (c.1811-1889)". Blackpast.org, n.p., n.d. Web. 23 January 2014. Page found with an image of Lewis Hayden. Image of Lewis Hayden was used in the Unfit Law page.
Baldwin, Chuck. "New Hampshire Officially Recognizes Jury Nullification". Web. 8 August 2012. 10 November 2013. Source discussed how the state of New Hampshire is the first state in all of the United States to allow the defense to inform the jury of their right to nullify. Used in the Conclusion page.
Bissell, John W. "Comments on Jury Nullification". Heinonline.org., n.p. 1997-1998. Web. 7 November 2013. Source was an argument for why jury nullification is an unfair power for the defense of a court case. Used in the Conclusion page.
Egelko, Bob. "Jury Nullification can Highlight the Law's Flaws". Hearst Communications, Inc., n.p., 9 July 2012. Web. 19 October 2013. Source explained how nullification can be used to free defendants in circumstances where laws were applied unfairly/ wrongly (i.e. Lynch vs. Lindner). Used in the Legitimate Excuses page.
"Famous Cases of Jury Nullification". Famous 101.com, n.p. 4 March 2013. Web. 25 January 2014. Source provides information on famous court cases ending in jury nullification. Provided information and images for Dr. Kevorkian, William Roger Clemens, Grant Wayne Krieger and James Hickok. Used in the Famous Cases page and the image of Grant Krieger in the Conclusion page.
Goodloe, Justice William. "Empowering the Jury as the Fourth Branch of Government". Fully Informed Jury Association, Stahl, Tom. 10 April 2009. Print. 29 October 2013. Former supreme court justice William Goodloe provides the history of jury nullification. Used in the Recognized Right page.
Guy Smith "Jury Nullification and the 2nd Amendment". Gunfacts.info, n.p. 2007, web, 28 October 2013. Source talks about how jury nullification can be used to overturn any anti-gun law. Contained a quote by U.S. supreme court judge, Justice John Jay, that was used in the Recognized Right page.
Linder, Doug. "Jury Nullification". Law2.umck.edu, n.p., 2001. Web. 20 October 2013. Source discusses what is jury nullification, when and how is it used, and if they should utilize it. Used in the Legitimate Excuses page.
Parlato, Frank. "Jury Nullification Has Long History Of Righting Wrong Laws". Niagara Falls Reporter, n.p., 5 June 2012. Web. 5 October 2013.Source discussed how jury nullification was used in the past to fix laws commonly thought to be unjust. Used in the Unfit Law page as the percentage of alcohol control cases that ended in jury nullification.
Ross, Kelley. “An Oath For Jurors”. Friesian.com, n.p. 1999. Web. January 27, 2014. The article encourages jury nullification, and mentions that former U.S. Supreme Court Justice William Goodloe encouraged jury nullification. Used in the Unfit Law page.
Weissmueller,Zach. "Jury Nullification vs. The Drug War: NJ Weedman on His Unlikely Marijuana Acquittal". Reason.com, n.p., 4 September 2013. Web. 25 January 2014. Source provides information on the New Jersey Weedman, an individual promoting marijuana legalization and jury nullification. Used for the Famous Cases page.