Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by Harmony 2, Oct 29, 2013.
Thank you thank you thank you - I was just going to go try to grab a screen shot
What exactly did that Judge's admonishment to disregard what the State said about ME and murder trials do?
Ben Winslow ‏@BenWinslow 29s
Judge tells jury to disregard prosecution statement of medical examiners during closing. @fox13now #MartinMacNeill #MacNeilltrial
Wow- you are really paying attention! That is probably about the misstatement the pros made.
Good catch by Spencer or more likely the judge. (Unfortunately.)
THANKS. This is a more convincing timeline than the one presented by Spencer , IMO
He also referred to the defendant as "Martin" which is kind of a no, no
Keeping the faith.
The defense whined about it, the judge had to bring it up to preserve a court record for any appeals that might be coming.......
But this Judge did not see fit to correct this to the jury did he?
Spenser was referring to the actual document that was blown up on his giant pad. That document is in evidence and they will be able to view it.
Why is that?
don't they keep the alternates in case one of these jurors gets sick or run over by a car???
Don't you need to keep the alternates during deliberation in case something happens to one of the jurors?
OMG! I hear a phone or something going off in the courtroom! :doh:
Lol I just happened to switch back to the WAT window just in time.
Okay, though I would like a quick verdict, I'd rather have one that is well thought out and well discussed. Look at the evidence, ask questions, take your time.
And common sense, above all, common sense.
No, they are released when deliberations begin. I think you have a good idea though.
Ben Winslow ‏@BenWinslow 2m
So now the jury is made up of 5 men, and 3 women. @fox13now #MartinMacNeill #MacNeilltrial
Heard that phone go off, hoped Judge would go Ape**** again.
No such luck.