Discussion in 'Dr. Teresa Sievers' started by beach, Nov 26, 2019.
The judge is going to get them the post it notes.
Jake AllenVerified account @Jake_Allen19 24s24 seconds ago
The jurors are asking for post-it notes. The judge said he'll go get some them and have them delivered to the jurors.
That's it for now and the jurors will continue to deliberate.
Brooke Shafer @BrookeWINKNews 34s35 seconds ago
Jury’s been deliberating for about two hours. First question from the jury... They would like post it notes for deliberations. Back to #verdictwatch we go. #SieversTrial @winknews
Adding that it really is an interesting one to watch. The bad guys took it to an illegal extreme by having a command center, hidden cameras, phone taps, etc.
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Here ya go ...
Post It Notes ...
I think this might be a longer haul since they want post-its. Mapping out this crime and the players makes this a little harder to predict where they are going-- except that they will be thorough and it is not a slam-dunk guilty or not guilty group.
BBM: They need to bring the Jury Post-It Notes that are still wrapped in the cellophane packaging!
They do not need another "notebook" situation with a juror finding a notes or writings on the post-it notes.
Do NOT give them Post It Notes from someone's desk, etc.
possibly... so hard to predict how a jury might proceed or process all the info. Hoping for a guilty verdict from their process.
Yesssss! The judge said he would get them from himself or another judge. I’m sure he’s on high alert to make sure they are not contaminated, after that fiasco.
Julia Jenaé @JuliaCourtTV 1m1 minute ago
VERDICT WATCH: Jury in #MarkSieversTrial has been deliberating 2 hours and counting.
Watch @CourtTV Live for the latest.
I wonder why he didn't ask the Lt if he believed that Mark was involved in Teresa Sievers' murder? :thinking:
Was the videographer stationed where he could potentially record any of the jury as the door to the courtroom opened each time someone exited? Oh, no he was in the lobby I just saw that. I know jurors exit courtrooms via non-public door, but does that ultimately lead them to the lobby to exit?
Watching the Judge question the private investigator and the guy is a fast-talker as in quickly changing the subject and reason for taping. One of the reasons was talk of a threat, but what threat and to whom? Mummert said his office is on the floor above an early learning school, was there a threat to that and if so, why be at this courthouse? What's the connection? If Mummert is intimating that the school was threatened, how would he know? He says he didn't hire the investigator. Who did - the wife? The head lawyer, someone related to the defendant? The investigator said nobody was paying him. If no one is paying him, why is he doing it? I'm so curious.
I've been in a courthouse a few times as many people have, and there are very clear signs about not videoing or photographing.
Story board ....connect the dots
He was always behind MM's wife. Apparently, his female companion was sitting close to Mark's step mom quite a lot.... I am going to try find the video where the Judge is talking to him after the jury left. I wonder if MM was played a part in hiring him? JMO
Jaclyn Bevis @jbevis10 55s56 seconds ago
Judge is on the bench now to address the videographer that was recording outside the courtroom. This again appears to be peripheral to the trial but none the less being addressed by the judge. #trialtweets #NBC2CourtCoverage #MarkSieversontrial
Jake AllenVerified account @Jake_Allen19 10s10 seconds ago
Jurors are continuing to deliberate in the #SieversTrial while the judge is asking a man why he was filming outside the courtroom during the trial.
Watch Live: Mark Sievers on Trial for Allegedly Orchestrating Murder of Wife Dr. Teresa Sievers
I'm not making any accusations, but might be a little stealth camera or two while everyone's attention is focused on that big, professional camera rig?
Jake AllenVerified account @Jake_Allen19 2m2 minutes ago
It's a little confusing why he was filming.
"It has an almost an air of witness intimidation," Lee Circuit Judge Bruce Kyle said.