Forced Arbitration in Idaho Cases Is Unjust
Mandatory arbitration can be devastating. It effectively takes an individual’s right to trial by jury. Jim Jones, a former Chief Justice of the Idaho Supreme Court recently shed some light on why forced arbitration is unjust. Read his article in Idaho Politics Weekly: http://idahopoliticsweekly.com/politics/1638-guest-opinion-forced-arbitration-is-unjust
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