James Allison Mayfield talks about the $2.5 million settlement his family won from Sacramento County. Mayfield's son was paralyzed when he tried to commit suicide in the county jail. His lawsuit against the county was marked by judge's ruling that county discriminated when it excluded African Americans from the jury. Andy Furillo The Sacramento Bee
James Allison Mayfield talks about the $2.5 million settlement his family won from Sacramento County. Mayfield's son was paralyzed when he tried to commit suicide in the county jail. His lawsuit against the county was marked by judge's ruling that county discriminated when it excluded African Americans from the jury. Andy Furillo The Sacramento Bee
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May 08, 2017 10:42 AM

‘Valid reasons’ claimed by Sacramento County lawyer in kicking blacks off jail-abuse jury

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