Connecticut Supreme Court Chief Justice Richard Robinson this week threw his support behind a jury selection task force’s recommendation on eradicating racial bias in the jury system, which includes such measures as trying to empower more members of minority communities to sit on juries.

“It’s safe to say we will try to roll them [the recommendations] all out. People can start to lose confidence in the system. This report and these recommendations will not collect dust,” Robinson told the Connecticut Law Tribune.

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