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Double Trouble? Jury Selection Begins for Williams’ Murder Trials

KAUFMAN CO. – Well, today isn’t your lucky day if your last name happens to be Williams. That’s right, it’s double-trouble for Eric Williams and Michelle Williams. 226 more words


Open Discussion and Michael Dunn Jury Selection

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Jury selection in the Michael Dunn murder retrial started today.  In his first trial, Dunn was found guilty of 2nd degree attempted murder for shooting into the SUV that contained passengers and the driver, including Jordan Davis.  80 more words


Lawyer: Denver Deputies Obeyed Rules In Handling Prisoner Who Died

DENVER (AP) – Five Denver sheriff’s deputies followed the rules when they used a sleeper hold and stun gun to restrain a homeless street preacher who died in the downtown jail, a defense attorney said Monday. 609 more words


Magnotta trial: What do we know? What will the trial reveal?

Preliminary hearings are over and counsel is selecting the jury. Day 1 of Luka Magnotta’s first-degree murder trial inches closer.

Here’s a look at what we know going in, what may be revealed over the course of the trial and some questions that may never have an answer. 1,378 more words


Jury selection will be the most important part of the Michael Dunn retrial

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

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Jury selection will be the most important part of the Michael Dunn retrial, which is scheduled to start next Monday. 433 more words


Magnotta trial: The art of jury selection

A juror needs to be able to look the man in the eyes – without preconceived notions of his guilt or innocence.

In this case, that man is accused of murdering and dismembering a 33-year-old university student, recording the event on video and posting it online. 1,168 more words


Jury Selection

Written by Bill Doogue.Partner, Doogue O’Brien George Criminal Defence Lawyers.

I must say, I almost choked on my weetbix and rice milk the other day when I read at the end of an article in the Age, that the Jury Commissioner “ 952 more words

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