TED-Ed (Video, New York, March 7) – In the United States today, juries decide less than 4 percent of criminal cases and less than 1 percent of civil cases filed in court. At the same time, jury systems in other countries are growing. So what happened in the U.S.? Could the disappearance of juries be a good thing? Illinois law professor Suja A. Thomas explores both sides of this dilemma in an animated video.