The jury in Kyle Rittenhouse’s homicide trial will deliberate for a fourth day
The jury at Kyle Rittenhouse’s murder trial prepares to return for a fourth day of deliberations, after a quiet day…
The jury at Kyle Rittenhouse’s murder trial prepares to return for a fourth day of deliberations, after a quiet day behind closed doors that ended with one juror asking if she could take home the jury instructions.
The judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial banned MSNBC from the courthouse after saying a producer followed a bus carrying jurors home from the courthouse on Wednesday. NBC News said he was a freelancer and “never contacted or intended to contact” jurors.
The judge in the Wisconsin murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse banned MSNBC from the courthouse, after a freelancer for the media network was detained by police close to a bus carrying the jury, while the jurors deliberated for the third day.
What people are saying?
Chris Hawks It is serious when the person admits to following the jury bus. He claims that he wasn’t intending to film or take photos of the jury but if that is the case what was the purpose of following the bus then?
Dan Fox You can’t do a mistrial WITH prejudice for the actions of someone not associated with the case. Mistrial perhaps, but not with prejudice. Even for a mistrial, you would need reason to believe that the jury was aware and potentially impacted by the action.