No matter how much we want to believe otherwise, justice is not blind to biases.
Jurors often allow their own experiences and prejudices to creep into their thought process when rendering a verdict about someone's guilt or innocence. It does not necessarily mean you ignore the facts and say a person is innocent because she reminds you of your dear, sweet grandmother, or is guilty because he reminds you of a guy who made your life at work miserable last year.
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