I've never set on a jury so I don't know what the procedures are. I understand you discuss the testimony of the witnesses, how much you believe what they have said, look at the evidence produced and make a decision based on that which you believe to be fact. Is that right? If yes, then the juriors should be someone totally unfamiliar with anyone involved in the trial so they will not be biased by personal feelings toward that individual. Right? If they are familiar with anyone they should let it be known and asked to be excused. Why then did Mrs. Mooney set on that jury knowing Terri Oxford had previously arrested a family member. It's a shame neither Ms. Oxford nor Officer Todd recognized her. She also set on that jury knowing Officer Todd had charged and arrested a number of her family members over the past 10 years. Some of them very close family members. It does make some wonder what her real motive was for the decision she made. Oh, and "Andy" did not testify during the trial, Officer Todd did. She is "Andy" only to family and a few select friends.
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