link fox has an opinion piece advocating jury nullification in cases like medical marijuana, and listing several examples when it was used throughout US history. It's a good read. When I had jury duty about two years ago in Ohio, the judge emphasized that jurors can only decide the facts and that the judge decides the law. I'd be willing to bet that if a judge campaigned on a juror's rights platform, they'd win in a landslide. It would be nice to see some of these turkeys defrocked. Anyways, it's important to realize that jury nullification is the LAST LINE of defense against stupid laws. And that this is extremely important for gun-related laws, because most gun cases should never get to the supreme court. they shouldn't get past the first jury.