I've seen quite a few false statements being thrown around in other threads as if they are accepted fact, and then used to critize and belittle the jury or its efforts. Here are a few of the whoopers: FALSE: Jurors left their notebooks and did not use them in deliberations. inocchio: TRUE:Since jury instructions failed to specifically cover this, Judge Perry had the notebooks left until it was "sorted out". The 12 deliberating jurors had notebooks given to them once in jury room. JP said he would hold and then destroy notebooks from the 5 alternates once a verdict was reached. :gavel: FALSE: Jurors didn't even look at any of the evidence during deliberations. inocchio: TRUE: The jury received more than 400 pieces of evidence (all but video) in the jury room. :yes: FALSE: There were 84 searches for chloroform (cacheback report) inocchio: TRUE: There were 84 myspace accesses and 1 chloroform search (net analysis report). :deal: FALSE: Jurors did not need to consider how Caylee died to find Casey guilty. inocchio: TRUE: Jurors had to conclude homicide was the manner of death and that Casey was the one who murdered her to find her guilty. :tos: FALSE: An expert witness (ME) gave a scientific opinion that manner of death was homicide. inocchio: TRUE: An expert witness (ME) gave a scientific opinion that manner of death is undeterminable. :waitasec: FALSE: The defense never explained the 31 days of partying, lying, and no apparent remorse. inocchio: TRUE: Whether one personally agrees with her testimony or not, the defense put on a "grief expert" who testified that such behavior could very well trace to grief/trauma. :abnormal: ...its bad enough that the jurors are getting bashed for their verdict - arrived upon based on the jury instructions and evidence/testimony, please do not make things up about their deliberations or repeat false statements about the evidence they saw (or didn't).