That juror suggested that Martin “played a huge role” in his own death.
juror No. 2, widely believed to be the foreman, is a financial consultant.
The juror is said to have invoked common sense in the face of the statutes as codified by the State of Illinois.
juror No. 4, in the back row, closed his eyes while listening.
They, according to one juror, who spoke to Nightline, believed Dunn had no recourse but to shoot.
Once after one of his speeches in the prisoner's box, a juror shook hands with him, and thanked him for his instructive lecture.
The a priori opinion of that juror who smokes the worst cigars.
If his wandering middle-aged eye wanted a tickling, why not choose an obvious pin-up type like the juror Dolores Acevedo?
The juror said he hadn't any feeling, and didn't know any of the parties.
The Scottish juror declined to receive evidence but upon oath.
c.1300 (attested from late 12c. in Anglo-Latin), from Anglo-French jurour (late 13c.; Old French jureor), from Latin iuratorem (nominative iurator) "swearer," agent noun from iurare "to swear" (see jury (n.)).