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On Monday, jurors heard disturbing testimony from the girl's 10-year-old brother, who was 8 at the time, that revealed details of the alleged rape.
The trial of a man accused of gunning down a 17-year-old boy in Harvey ended with jurors deadlocked without a verdict Thursday night (Oct. 26).
Keplinger even praised Pickert’s passion in his own closing argument to jurors.
In 1913, architect H. Van Buren Magonigle and three jurors, monitored a competition for selecting the Central Library’s chief architect.
The mangled metal container was rolled out for inspection by jurors hearing the trial.
The claim is one jurors and the general public were reluctant to believe at the time.
Under a new law this year, jurors would have to unanimously recommend death for the judge to have the option of sending Toledo to death row.
The Daily Mail reports Nicki is set to take the stand during the trial to tell jurors that her brother's accusers offered to make the charges go away if Nicki handed over $25 million.
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