I'm surprised there hasn't been discussion of this case here. The In the Dark podcast did an amazing job investigating the story of Curtis Flowers, a black man who was tried 6 times by a white prosecutor for four murders back in 1996 at a furniture store. The races matter because higher courts repeatedly overturned convictions because the white prosecutor had numerous Batson violations where it was shown that he excused potential jurors simply because they were black, which is unconstitutional. After each time the conviction was overturned, the prosecutor went back and tried him again. The podcast does a fantastic job investigating the sloppy investigating the prosecution did and its efforts to have as many white people on the jury as possible to gain a conviction.
Flowers is still under indictment and the prosecutor, Doug Evans, could decide to try him a seventh time. The podcast is one example of the amazing things the media is doing today. Hopefully Evans drops the indictment and dies a lonely death.