Md. high court weighs mandatory jury questions

Inquiries would address defendant's rights

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s top court appears poised to overturn its longstanding precedent and require judges to specifically ask prospective jurors if they can presume the defendant is innocent, require the prosecution to prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt and not presume the defendant is guilty if he or she exercises his or her right ...

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