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    Last edited by CeeKer; 03-06-2012 at 01:26 PM. Reason: 2X 2 typos
    Everything stated in my posts are my opinion, and my opinion only
    In a sense, the Internet is the largest mob ever assembled. It sometimes transforms otherwise inhibited people into unrestrained, faceless "conduits for emotion."


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    moved gradually to 12 guilty. Then made sure they were all ok....20 mins to mull over it.


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    The foreperson too, is extremely well spoken. I'm impressed with the jury thought process. Great job of jury selection...


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    Foreperson was one of the Undecideds in the beginning.


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    Sounds like no one bought that pack of lies and were able to see through the B.S. Very glad the jury was able to understand that circumstantial evidence *is* evidence. There was plenty of it in this case.



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    She was undecided when she started deliberating. No doubt she was a great leader.

    The puzzle analogy made a major difference. By Monday she was sure Guilty

    The baby was her hook. She did not think a stranger would do that.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cody100 View Post
    This is very interesting
    Confirming informal vote on Friday. Split down middle
    She clarified the split was between Guilty and Undecided. No one at the end of the day Friday was NG and only 1 was NG for only a brief bit.


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    I'm glad the jury bonded. This is an important event for all of them. I heard the Cooper jury bonded as well and got together afterwards at least once, if not more. I suspect some long term friendships are made going through this kind of experience.

    GOOD JOB JURORS!

    Thank you for your service.



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    His testimony at retrial probably wouldn't have helped them. Not producing what they asked for was a big factor too.


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    "If he had produced the shirt, if he had produced the shoes, he'd be a free man right now."

    Says there were too many things he did that didn't make any sense.
    "You came here for THAT?" - Jason Young, 2009
    Yes, Jason, we came here for THAT! -- Guilty, Murder One, LWOP 3/5/2012
    Justice at last for Michelle Fisher Young


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    Quote Originally Posted by Madeleine74 View Post
    Sounds like no one bought that pack of lies and were able to see through the B.S. Very glad the jury was able to understand that circumstantial evidence *is* evidence. There was plenty of it in this case.
    Restores some of my faith in the jury system. It DOES work.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cody100 View Post
    This is very interesting
    Confirming informal vote on Friday. Split down middle. Might have been 1 or 2 NG, but quickly everyone was either G or Undecided.
    Not split down middle.

    4 men guilty, 1 woman guilty, 1 woman NG, the other 6 undecided.

    That was their first vote on Friday.

    By end of the day on Friday, the vote was 7 guilty, 5 undecided.
    Unless I've provided a link, everything I say is IMO


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    Foreperson says she knows no fingerprints or blood linking him to case but none pointing away from him either. She could talk for days about this case. After seeing him testify from first trial don't think it would have made a difference to her if he testified this time. CY being cleaned up was big to her. Not presenting shirt or shoes to LE was huge for her. Didn't make sense.
    Last edited by CeeKer; 03-06-2012 at 02:36 PM. Reason: typo
    Everything stated in my posts are my opinion, and my opinion only
    In a sense, the Internet is the largest mob ever assembled. It sometimes transforms otherwise inhibited people into unrestrained, faceless "conduits for emotion."



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    Quote Originally Posted by CGW View Post
    She clarified the split was between Guilty and Undecided. No one at the end of the day Friday was NG and only 1 was NG for only a brief bit.
    this has renewed my (shattered since CA debacle) faith in the jury process



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    I think that when you listen to an articulate, thoughtful person talk about the deliberations, it gives you a very clear insight into what can go right or wrong with a jury.

    Thanks so much to these jurors and the ones from the last trial who made this one possible!


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