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Prosecutors showed jurors photographs and offered testimony that played up the luxurious lifestyle that the two men enjoyed together.
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.
The characters are only known by their juror number, making for unpredictable dynamics among the characters of the play.
Rees’ then-fiancée, Justice’s mother Samantha Lee Green, was convicted of second-degree murder by Yolo County jurors in late 2016 in her child’s death and is in state prison.
The prosecutor promised to show jurors emails and documents laying out a tight timeline of gifts from the doctor, and resulting actions from the senator.
Coleen West, executive director of the Howard County Arts Council; and Desiree Holmes Scherini, an artist and art teacher, will be the jurors of the show.
The most recent time Wake County jurors imposed a death sentence was a decade ago.
The court had prepared a thirteen-page juror questionnaire.
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