Pretrial Publicity, Unconscious Bias, and the Court of Public Opinion

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Pre-trial publicity (PTP) has been shown to affect the very way we think about cases like these, imbuing decision-makers with latent, unconscious biases that affect how we perceive, process, and respond to the information we encounter.

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