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Baker pointed out that the victim spoke to investigators, grand jurors, lawyers and lawmakers no fewer than nine times since the affair was revealed in January.
The jurors, diverse by age and ethnicity, are attentive and take notes.
In 1993, Spada, acting as a grand juror, produced a report accusing Hartford and New Britain police officers of colluding with gangs to sell drugs and launder the proceeds.
During the trials, Harinder Kumra told jurors she was still haunted by the image of the man who split her lip open.
Nearly every potential juror questioned for the case this time knew about #MeToo.
But the jurors, who were sequestered at a local hotel Tuesday night, rejected that claim.
Meanwhile, the name of the holdout juror was leaked to the public, and the woman had to get police protection from harassment.
The jurors failed to find the guards and the prison physician guilty of cruel and unusual punishment.
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Definition of juror for English Language Learners
: a member of a jury
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