and in most of the US, its borderline illegal to even MENTION JN in court. judges will kick you out, lock you up, threaten you, try to scare you. voire dire does all it can to try to reject jurors that even KNOW what JN is. and if you tell them during VD that you don't know what JN is and then later, they find out you do, you are in contempt.
its all neatly stacked up so that your CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS are not vocalized or listed or communicated to you.
"nice liberty you got there; would be a shame if something were to happen to it"
In one jury I sat on the judge mentioned jury nullification to us as a reason juries were important as a check on the uncontrolled power of the state. In fact, the most famous case affirming the people's right to enter a not guilty verdict at their discretion involves the founder of my hometown, Philadelphia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...