WHERE DID FLORIDA GO WRONG? WHY RELIGION-BASED PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES WITHSTAND CONSTITUTIONAL SCRUTINY
This law review article argues for the constitutionality of Florida's religion-based peremptory challenge, by which lawyers can attempt to strike prospective jurors from the potential pool based on their religious beliefs. The reasoning behind such challenges speaks to Luther's theories and hierarchy of human and divine law.
Read the essay here.