A Match Made at a Murder Trial

Discussion in 'News that makes you smile!' started by SeriouslySearching, Jul 16, 2007.

  1. SeriouslySearching

    SeriouslySearching Active Member

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    With this murder trial, I thee wed.

    Love blossomed in a trial last year between alternate juror No. 3, Traci Nagy, and juror No. 6, Jonathan Cinkay. They picked up their marriage license last week, and Queens Supreme Court Justice Daniel Lewis, who presided over the case, is to marry them next month.

    The Daily News reported Sunday that the two made goo-goo eyes on the first day of the trial. Fellow jurors encouraged Nagy, a 36-year-old market analyst, to date Cinkay, 33, a physical therapist. The two went out to lunch during one long break.


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    I bet that Defense Attorney is going crazy over this one! LMAO Jurors making "goo-goo eyes" while the rest of his jury is playing matchmaker! :doh:
     
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  3. CaliKid

    CaliKid Former Member

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    It's cute- in a creepy sort of way. But the article makes it sound as if they weren't paying close attention to the trial. Everyone was so distracted over getting this couple together. I wonder if this is grounds for appeal?
     
  4. SeriouslySearching

    SeriouslySearching Active Member

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    I wonder the same thing.
     
  5. jyram

    jyram New Member

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    Having served on a jury with people for a week, you really do get to know them pretty well- I keep in touch with two of the ppl I served with. We had a lot of dead time where we weren't supposed to discuss the case, so, we discussed our lives, instead.

    Of course, this was a civil case, not a criminal case, much less a murder trial.
     

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