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In this July 2016, file photo, Olan Williams listens during a hearing in a Multnomah County courtroom in Portland, Oregon. Williams was convicted of a felony by a nonunanimous jury. Oregon is the only state in America that allows nonunanimous jury convictions. (AP file photo: The Oregonian)

Oregon is rethinking nonunanimous jury verdicts

The amendment allowing split-jury verdicts dates back decades and has roots in white nationalism.

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