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Costanzo served as a photography juror for the magazine, while Halko submitted three poems used in the publication.
In January 2014, jurors acquitted Brown on six counts but deadlocked on the remaining 54.
Even then, McCarthy added, jurors may not be influenced by Trump.
Several times, jurors appeared visibly irritated or skeptical.
Often, the summary judgment phase (unlike the motion to dismiss phase) is the moment when judges regard and weigh evidence to determine what a reasonable juror could conclude.
Zaro had ordered that Thomas be stopped from taking the child back into the house, jurors were told.
In his closing argument last week, Wing told jurors there was no way to do a massive currency transaction like the one HSBC did without affecting the price.
Prosecutors showed jurors photographs and offered testimony that played up the luxurious lifestyle that the two men enjoyed together.
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Definition of juror for English Language Learners
: a member of a jury
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