GUILTY GA - Diane McIver, 63, fatally shot, Atlanta, 25 Sept 2016

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i think most want 1A and the hold out is for 1 and not a lesser. Need to print those charges and I will admit they can be confusing. But if you look at the jobs some of those jurors have they have many in there that can explain to others providing they agree on the interpretation. I think they all agree on 5 and all defense could argue on that is the wording was not quite right...I don't care he tried with Dani Jo and many others.

Does anyone have handy a quick link as far as the jobs that the jurors have and descriptions that we see often and criminal cases. Thank you
 
Don't know if it means anything but juror 5 has been who speaks for the jury to the judge in court and to whom judge seems to address his questions...I get the impression he is the foreperson.

Niner's prediction above is interesting to me and is pretty much opposite to me...although as times go along I have to wonder. Based on the behavior on Fri. with first wanting to work longer and then changing their mind etc. I can see a verdict on Monday .
 
Don't know if it means anything but juror 5 has been who speaks for the jury to the judge in court and to whom judge seems to address his questions...I get the impression he is the foreperson.

Niner's prediction above is interesting to me and is pretty much opposite to me...although as times go along I have to wonder. Based on the behavior on Fri. with first wanting to work longer and then changing their mind etc. I can see a verdict on Monday .

Thanks for picking up on that, I think I missed it.

Interesting...5 has a masters in engineering...engineers are very methodical usually following directions to a 'T'. (I have lived with one for the past 35 years who also comes from a family of engineers...it can drive you crazy sometimes!)

I hope you are right about the verdict tomorrow!
 
Thanks for picking up on that, I think I missed it.

Interesting...5 has a masters in engineering...engineers are very methodical usually following directions to a 'T'. (I have lived with one for the past 35 years who also comes from a family of engineers...it can drive you crazy sometimes!)

I hope you are right about the verdict tomorrow!

Agree with an engineering leading the deliberations I am sure they are methodical. If you look at this jury they are a smart or least should be smart group. Not a group that will hang easily. If I had to take a case I think juror 10 is our juror 61. I took a look at all the female jurors and juror 10 "Single with three children, ages 20, 16, 13" and works/worked as CNA (certified nursing assst) which can be any hours. She has one the 20 year old that could be the pregnant daughter and two still needing supervision and maybe rides etc. Clearly from what I have heard from 61 she is over extended and thus the being late etc. and she could also be trying to work at night. Just some wild speculation but she is the only one that seemed to fit how I see 61. I think sad as it is State would really want her on after the BLM and "boy" references and not sure on the defense. I think we will hear from her after the trial. Another wild speculation is that I think she is our holdout for guilty on 1.
 
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