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    The Grand Jury & Trial

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    Interesting. @DailyReport: Cobb Judge Staley Gets Hot Car Death Case: http://bit.ly/1r1R4YM


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    @VictorCNN @MartinSavidge @CNNValencia Judge Staley assigned to #HotCarDeath case. Long time superior court judge. i have been in her court


    *Mods...I saw no other thread to put this in; feel free to retitle thread as needed.
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    You can't read the link unless you sign up and or pay! So in my opinion a bad link. Need another source.

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    Just googled the judge "Cobb Judge Staley" ....Look at the first link

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    http://mdjonline.com/view/full_story...-inmate-denied

    Caution, a little lewd. Judge Staley needs to maintain a professional demeanor at all times, IMO. Hopefully she knows she'll be in the national spotlight sitting on this case and she won't entertain any disrespectful shenanigans. I'll assume she learned her lesson after the situation she tolerated during the above-cited DP trial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SheltieMom1 View Post
    http://mdjonline.com/view/full_story...-inmate-denied

    Caution, a little lewd. Judge Staley needs to maintain a professional demeanor at all times, IMO. Hopefully she knows she'll be in the national spotlight sitting on this case and she won't entertain any disrespectful shenanigans. I'll assume she learned her lesson after the situation she tolerated during the above-cited DP trial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SheltieMom1 View Post
    http://mdjonline.com/view/full_story...-inmate-denied

    Caution, a little lewd. Judge Staley needs to maintain a professional demeanor at all times, IMO. Hopefully she knows she'll be in the national spotlight sitting on this case and she won't entertain any disrespectful shenanigans. I'll assume she learned her lesson after the situation she tolerated during the above-cited DP trial.

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    Good Lord....sounds like another Casey Anthony-caliber jury. Giving sexually explicit gifts to the judge as a "joke" after a trial detailing the rape and murder of a child?? What is this world coming to? At least they found the POS guilty, I guess. Hopefully it will stick after their shenanigans!

    Eta....I don't really find the judge at fault. She did throw the gift away. It's just another tale of a woefully immature and unprofessional jury
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewels53 View Post
    You can't read the link unless you sign up and or pay! So in my opinion a bad link. Need another source.
    Sorry, it was the link attached to the first tweet about it. Here's another link:

    http://www.dailyreportonline.com/id=...=share_twitter

    (Google is your friend...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoirotryInMotion View Post
    Sorry, it was the link attached to the first tweet about it. Here's another link:

    http://www.dailyreportonline.com/id=...=share_twitter

    (Google is your friend...)
    That link also tells me to sign up and won't let me read.

    Yes Google is my friend and I use it all of the time. I wanted something that told me specifically that Judge Staley was going to be the judge in the trial against JRH.

    I just googled the judge and nothing comes up about her and the Cooper Harris case. imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewels53 View Post
    That link also tells me to sign up and won't let me read.

    Yes Google is my friend and I use it all of the time. I wanted something that told me specifically that Judge Staley was going to be the judge in the trial against JRH.

    I just googled the judge and nothing comes up about her and the Cooper Harris case. imo
    The first link asked me to sign up (which I didn't); the second I provided gave me access to the whole article, no problem. Maybe try again?
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    http://www.dailyreportonline.com/rec...20140615184743

    Cobb County Superior Court Judge Mary Staley will preside over any criminal case against Justin Ross Harris if a grand jury returns an indictment concerning the death of Harris' toddler son in a hot car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SheltieMom1 View Post
    http://mdjonline.com/view/full_story...-inmate-denied

    Caution, a little lewd. Judge Staley needs to maintain a professional demeanor at all times, IMO. Hopefully she knows she'll be in the national spotlight sitting on this case and she won't entertain any disrespectful shenanigans. I'll assume she learned her lesson after the situation she tolerated during the above-cited DP trial.

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    What in the world??? What would possess a jury to give such things to a judge and baliff? I can't imagine sitting around the table saying, "Hey, let's get the judge and baliff some chocolate shaped like a _____ and a pair of _____...." This was a murder trial with the victim being a young girl. How disrespectful, on so many levels.

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    @ Jewels53 - try this link. It's the page that shows up when I click on the link in your post:

    http://www.dailyreportonline.com/id=...=0&curpage=ALL

    If that doesn't work, I give up.

    ETA: Sometimes restarting your computer or clearing your cookies will get rid of the paywalls that show up when you've clicked on your "quota" of a site's news articles.
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    Q. How long does a grand jury work? How often do they meet?

    A. There are six grand jury terms each year, and each term lasts for two months. So the 25 grand jurors who are selected in early January, for example, will finish in early March. During the two-month term, the jurors meet every Thursday to review criminal indictments, and on Fridays for civil investigations.

    Read more: The Marietta Daily Journal - Grand jury procedures duties revealed

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    Wow, so they assign a judge even before a grand jury hands down an indictment? Seems like that is prejudicial in some respects. Does the judge then free up time to handle a trial that doesn't even exist yet? Or what. What is the purpose of that?

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    It says will preside over "IF" a grand jury returns an indictment.
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