Tag Archive: jury

Nov 30 2016

Colorado Theater Shooting Victims Stuck with $700,000 in Defendants’ Legal Fees

In 2012, James Holmes killed twelve people and injured seventy others in a ten-minute rampage at a screening of “The Dark Knight Rises.” Forty-one victims filed lawsuits some in Federal court and others in State court. According to the state lawsuit, the theater companies failed to hire sufficient security personnel in light of a previous …

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Aug 03 2016

Ay Caramba! Fed Judge Rules Trump Must Stand Trial Over “Trump U” Fraud Case

It’s not what The Donald waned to hear I’m sure. Federal Judge Gonzalo Curiel — the same judge who Trump accused of being biased against him due to the Indiana native’s Mexican ancestry and Trump’s controversial positions on border security — is ordering Trump to stand trial in a Federal civil case field against him …

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Jan 13 2016

Let’s Use Lessons Learned To Not Pre-Judge Brooklyn Rape Case

A horrible story appears in the NY Press. An 18 year old woman is reportedly raped in a Brooklyn park by 5 men – their ages ranging from 14 to 18. The woman’s father was reportedly threatened with a gun and chased away when he tried to protect her and stop the crime from occurring. …

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Dec 15 2015

Making Jurors Understand the Bill of Rights

On this the 224th Anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights, I was thinking about what to write about the document that defines our country as much as the Constitution does. It such a grand document covering so many broad issues I was thinking about to narrow my focus. Originally I thought about …

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