GUILTY FL - Jennifer Fulford, 56, Winter Park, 27 Sept 2017 *Arrest*

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Field Sutton‏Verified account @FSuttonWFTV 1m1 minute ago
Juror #38 says she, too, can continue to be an impartial juror. #WFTV


Field Sutton‏Verified account @FSuttonWFTV 2m2 minutes ago
Juror #38 says the man said "he (Nelson) deserves to die, he deserves to fry, he murdered a woman" and then started to ask her personal details about herself. #WFTV


Field Sutton‏Verified account @FSuttonWFTV 50s51 seconds ago
Now juror #38 has come in alone. #WFTV


Law & Crime Network‏Verified account @LawCrimeNetwork 3m3 minutes ago
#ScottNelson - Now the second juror is brought in, #38. She is now telling the judge what happened with the man in the hallway.


Field Sutton‏Verified account @FSuttonWFTV 46s46 seconds ago
Juror #115 says none of this would affect her ability to be an impartial juror. #WFTV

Law & Crime Network‏Verified account @LawCrimeNetwork 3m3 minutes ago
#ScottNelson - Juror #115 has been brought in. She reports to the judge that during the break there was a man yelling at them that Nelson should fry. He punched a window. His hands were bloody. There were at least two jurors.



 
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Thanks everyone for what happened. I took a nap and didn't know. I woke up and Court TV has another trial up. I thought I missed Closings!

There was a incident outside of court where a drunk man was yelling. Heard it when the commentator was talking live. I wonder if it was the same person. IDK
 

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As jurors ready to decide Scott Nelson’s fate, trial sidetracked by man who said he ‘deserves to fry'
JUL 09, 2019 | 5:28 PM
Two jurors considering whether convicted killer Scott Edward Nelson should be sentenced to death said they were approached outside the courtroom Tuesday by a man with a bloody hand — who told them Nelson “deserves to fry.”

It was the latest surprising twist in the penalty phase of Nelson’s trial, which came the day after the man convicted of killing Jennifer Fulford told the jurors responsible for deciding his fate that he would rather be executed than spend the rest of his life in prison.

Deliberations are scheduled to begin Wednesday, after the prosecution and defense present final arguments. A life sentence and capital punishment are the 12 jurors’ only options. Only a unanimous vote can send Nelson to death row.

The two jurors involved in Tuesday’s disruption told Circuit Judge Keith F. White they were waiting outside the courtroom at the Orange County Courthouse when a yelling man came up to them and punched a window, causing his hand to bleed. The man sat next to the jurors and asked them if they had heard of Nelson’s trial.

“He deserves to fry,” the man said, according to the two women. “He deserves to die.”

The man started asking one of the jurors personal questions, so the women asked a bailiff for help. Neither the Orange County Sheriff’s Office nor Ninth Judicial Circuit Court administration was immediately able to provide additional details on the incident Tuesday afternoon.

Both jurors told White they could remain impartial after the incident. The judge reminded all jurors they can’t consider any statements made outside the courtroom when they decide whether Nelson should be executed for the kidnapping and brutal 2017 killing of Fulford, 56, of Altamonte Springs.
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Man watching Scott Nelson trial allegedly has outburst, is taken away by officials
Updated: 5:20 PM EDT Jul 9, 2019
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Three jurors told the judge that a man who had been watching the Scott Nelson trial became angry outside the courtroom and was allegedly saying things like, "that guy needs to fry," and, "he needs to die."

The juror said he then punched the blinds and said he wanted to punch someone in the face.
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Wednesday, July 10th:
*Penalty Phase continues (Day 6) (@ 9am ET) - FL - Jennifer Lynn Fulford (56) (missing Sept. 27, 2017, Winter Park; found Sept. 30, 2017) - *Scott Edward Nelson (53) arrested & charged (10/1/17) & indicted (12/12/17) with 1st degree murder, kidnapping, burglary, assault & battery, (1st degree) car jacking with deadly weapon, (1st degree) robbery with firearm & (3rd degree) tampering with a witness. Plead not guilty. No bond on all counts. DP case.
Trial started 6/10/19 with Jury selection & ended on 6/21/19. Trial started 6/24 & ended on 6/27/19. 12 jurors & 3 alternates. 7/1/19: 1 juror excused, 2 alternates left.
Verdict after about 3 hours of deliberations on 6/28/19: GUILTY of First-degree murder with a weapon. GUILTY on all other counts. Penalty phase begins Monday morning, 7/1.

Jury selection from 6/10-21 & Trial info from 6/24/19 to 6/28/19 (Day 1-5) & Penalty Phase 7/1/19 to 7/3/19 (Day 1 to 3) reference post #610 here:
GUILTY - FL - Jennifer Fulford, 56, Winter Park, 27 Sept 2017 *Arrest*

7/8/19 Penalty Phase Day 4: State witness: Dr. Greg Prichard, Psychologist (Defense mental health expert who evaluated Nelson). Defense witnesses: Valerie McClain, a psychologist. Scott Nelson. Nelson wants a hearing alleging ineffective counsel. Nelson tells the jury he wants to be sentenced to death. Defense rests. State rebuttal witness: Dr. Greg Prichard, a psychologist. Penalty phase continues on 7/9.
7/9/19 Penalty Phase Day 5: State rebuttal witness: Dr. Greg Prichard, a psychologist. State rests. During break: The two jurors involved in Tuesday’s disruption told Circuit Judge Keith F. White they were waiting outside the courtroom at the Orange County Courthouse when a yelling man came up to them and punched a window, causing his hand to bleed. Both jurors told White they could remain impartial after the incident. The judge reminded all jurors they can’t consider any statements made outside the courtroom. Deliberations are scheduled to begin Wednesday, after the prosecution and defense present final arguments. Penalty phase continues on 7/10.
 

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LIVE link today:
Watch Live: Scott Nelson Penalty Phase in Murder of Nanny Jennifer Fulford


Field Sutton‏Verified account @FSuttonWFTV 3m3 minutes ago
Back at the courthouse this morning. We're expecting closing arguments in the penalty phase of Scott Nelson's murder trial. He faces the death penalty for killing Jennifer Fulford, a nanny from Winter Park. #WFTV
^^ lawandcrime.com LIVE link is 'live' but it's not showing the courtroom. o_O
Stuck with Court TV for now :(

https://www.courttv.com/title/court-tv-live-stream-web/
 
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