On this Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we take a few minutes to listen to Professor Paul Butler, a former prosecutor turned advocate of conscientious acquittal by jury nullification, as he calls on us all to become “Martin Luther King jurors”. “Jury nullification is legal, it’s powerful, and it has proven results in making the law more fair,” Butler says. “It safely reduces the rate of incarceration by eliminating from prison some of the people who shouldn’t be there, and second it sends the message that we the people want fundamental change in our justice system.”