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July 09, 2013

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Michael

I think the dissent was probably correct: that the missing evidence instruction was misleading and therefore erroneous and likely had a very significant impact on the jury's deliberation. "Contempt of cop" arrests can be very problematic unless the officers carefully have documented the obstruction of officers' performance of duties' evidence.

willb

State's attorneys are running out of juror candidates who have NOT been bullied by the police.

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