John “Jack” Quatman is either a man who had “an ax to grind” or a guy who never got to tell his side of the story when the chips were stacked against him.
That’s what the California Supreme Court heard Wednesday when the former prosecutor was once again the focus of discussion during oral arguments over allegations that Jews were customarily kicked off capital case juries in Alameda County, Calif.
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