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GUILTY FL - Calyx, 16, & Beau Schenecker, 13, shot to death, Tampa, 27 Jan 2011 #7

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  1. Coldpizza

    Coldpizza WS Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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  2. popsicle

    popsicle faith hope love

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    Discuss during deliberations here. Deliberations started at 1644 local time 15 May 2014​
     
  4. Chelly

    Chelly Remember Teghan Skiba

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    Hello WS Friends. I predict a long VW ahead.
     
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    nursebeeme Registered User

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    Retweeted by Trial Junkie
    Mandy McGlothlin ‏@MandyMcGlothlin 7m
    Talking with male alternate juror He would have found her guilty of first degree #JulieSchenecker
     
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    popsicle faith hope love

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    HauntsForHope Southern Sleuther

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    If they all feel that way it's gonna be a quick one.
     
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    popsicle faith hope love

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    Retweeted by Trial Junkie
    CarsonChambers ‏@CarsonChambers 1h
    Judge will let jury deliberate until 6:30PM ~ that's the cutoff ~ unless they are close to a verdict, then they keep going #JulieSchenecker
     
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    Nymeria Active Member

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    Draggin' this over to this thread-

    Ummmmmm....So say someone chokes on their pizza in the jury room and is no longer "with us".
    No alternates.
    I am cornfused.
     
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    I do *not* understand this: I was an alternate once (awful position, all the work, none of the reward), and during deliberations I had to wait in the juror assembly room, and was still under the 'don't discuss' admonition.

    The released alternates are now tainted and cannot be called back. So what if an juror can't serve? Mistrial??????? This is crazy.
     
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    Mandy McGlothlin ‏@MandyMcGlothlin 3m
    Alternate said guilty of first degree murder because of journal entries first and named several other reasons #Schenecker #JulieSchenecker
     
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    HauntsForHope Southern Sleuther

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    shiloh42 New Member

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    Someone should start a pool on how long they'll be out.

    I say...... assuming they don't deliberate on Saturday.... verdict or "hung" next Wednesday. I think this is going to be a long one.
     
  15. Isabelle

    Isabelle Verified registered nurse

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    Not sure how this could be a hung jury. Without the journals, I could see it, but there was much clear planning an disappointment when things didn't go as Julie planned and she documented this well in her journal.
     
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    HauntsForHope Southern Sleuther

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    I don't think I've ever seen them dismissed so soon. Was it a mistake?
     
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    nursebeeme Registered User

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    alternates:

    in my past experience they are released before deliberations (no worries)

    the only time I have seen them stick around is in a DP trial.
     
  18. HauntsForHope

    HauntsForHope Southern Sleuther

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    That was based on a local News pole showing a split down the middle and a large group of 'unsure'.

    It certainly could go either way. Many feel it will be a fast 1st degree guilty.
     
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    atthelake Former Member

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    Did judge announce how long between verdict and back to court ?


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    I think there will be a lot of torn opinions and a hung jury is very possible in this case.

    And yes....she looks relaxed, but she shows so little humanity IMHO. Whether that is because she can't....or won't....IDK?

    Is this the kind of deliberation that keeps them in that room till they come to a verdict? Does anyone know?

    It's the hardest case that I have observed so far. I would really hate to have this decision on my shoulders. The only verdict I would be able to eliminate is 'not guilty'. Maybe they'll start there.

    I think she's been very professional in this trial. Perhaps that's why she has little contact with JS. Remember, (dare I say it)......Jennifer Willmott? Now there's an example of a crap defense lawyer, if ever I saw one. All the emotional, jumping, "Objection Your Honor", followed by bench remarks in open court! Desperate! Oh....and the hugging n' ear whispering with the defendant! Aaargh....she drove me nutsy!!! :tantrum:
     

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