Response or Comment
There is unquestionably much dissatisfaction with the quality of the modern jury, and with the character of its work. Since juries are composed of men possessing finite intelligence, at best, we ought not to expect that their verdicts would show evidence of infinite wisdom. But the most charitable, who do not expect the impossible are often disappointed at the quality of the possible. All this goes without saying and consequently the question is often discussed, how can the system be improved?
Thompson, Bradley M. "Can the Present Jury System Be Improved?" Mich. L. J. 4 (1895): 159-60.