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Old July 5th, 2011, 01:28 PM
ToddDH ToddDH is offline
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Having not only testifying in court but more importantly, instructing how to testify in court is, with the occasional exception, juries work extremely hard, even in cases where the defendant is obviously guilty. The problem is, of what?

I would be nothing less than stunned were the jury return with guilty with recommendation of the death penalty. Why? Simply because the entire family is in my opinion, one of the most dysfunctional I've ever run across (and believe me, I've run across hundreds of dysfunctional families). We all have some dysfunctionality in our families even when its somewhat removed from the immediate family.

I do not believe in any way, shape or form, the verdict is going to be not guilty. I also believe that the jury will send her away for at least forty years which would make her I believe 67 when she would get out.

Well, we're about to find out as the news has announced that the jury has reached a verdict.

Todd
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