On June 21 the United States Supreme Court reversed the murder conviction of Christian Flowers. The High Court found that Mississippi prosecutors had violated Flowers constitutional right to a fair trial by using their peremptory challenges to exclude African Americans from the jury.
The majority opinion and dissent as well as briefs from Flowers v. Mississippi are available at SCOTUSblog
Constitutional rights of the accused
Criminal constitutional law
Jury selection in civil and criminal trials
The law of juries