Jury nullification happens when a jury finds a defendant 'not guilty' even in the face of overwhelming evidence to protest a law that they disagree with or to protect that defendant from a law that they feel doesn't apply to him or her. Justin is passionate about this subject and so he and Aaron discuss it. Is it perfectly acceptable for a jury to decide cases in this way? Or should everyone just follow the laws and apply them appropriately?
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