United we stand, divided we fall.
- Dec 18, 2008
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I think the idea is that if the defense knew more about her background they would have bounced her and selected another juror who "may" have voted not guilty bringing a hung jury.No one knew anything about it until years after the trial. She never said anything about asking for an order of protection, or about being a crime victim, when she was questioned during jury selection.
So that is why the defense is now trying to get a RETRIAL---they claim that this juror lied, so she should be kicked from the jury and the verdict should be nullified.
The thing is, TWELVE jurors found him guilty. So what difference does it make that one juror decided that she was not really a victim of a crime, because the charges were dropped. How would that make him unfairly found guilty by her?
Then the state would have had to retry the case with another jury which is what the defense is trying to do now. JMO.