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Theft of $15, a 10-2 Verdict, Sent Man to Prison for 35 Years

The Supreme Court held last term that the practice of nonunanimous juries is unconstitutional. But it didn’t address whether the finding was retroactive and appeared divided on the question at argument. That means legal limbo for Roderick Vidau and others like him until a ruling sometime before the end of June.

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Covid ‘Long-Haulers’ and Their Lingering Medical Bills

The scale and newness of the Covid-19 pandemic presents new questions about what treatments insurers will cover and who, ultimately, will pay for what could be years of medical care.

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