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Jury dismissed for the day (Original Post) senseandsensibility May 29 OP
WTF! Doodley May 29 #1
huh? orange jar May 29 #2
I do not think ending the day or reading them tomorrow is unusual Bernardo de La Paz May 29 #3
A quick guilty verdict would be best! More time that goes by suggests there may be less agreement. Doodley May 29 #5
A quick guilty verdict would be second best Bernardo de La Paz May 29 #7
Followed by the death penalty. GreenWave May 29 #9
I like your way of thinking. Doodley May 29 #10
Last time i served on a jury we couldn't have RubyRose May 29 #4
I think that's true in this trial for the senseandsensibility May 29 #6
I think the verdict will come on Friday (maybe, maybe late Thursday, but I will go with Friday) Celerity May 29 #8
I say... myohmy2 May 29 #11

Bernardo de La Paz

(49,491 posts)
7. A quick guilty verdict would be second best
Wed May 29, 2024, 04:26 PM
May 29

A careful deliberated guilty verdict would be best.

A fast guilty would only feed the narrative that he is persecuted and convicted in a predetermined verdict. And don't nobody give me no shit about the magas will recite that narrative anyway. Don't give the wobbly middle voters any reason to believe the magas.

RubyRose

(183 posts)
4. Last time i served on a jury we couldn't have
Wed May 29, 2024, 04:21 PM
May 29

anything from the trial. We had to ask the bailiff and the court recorder was brought in and read what we wanted out loud.

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