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message 1: by Fishface (last edited Apr 15, 2019 02:37PM) (new)

Fishface | 11851 comments Why was the judge hearing the case of Priscilla Phillips forced to give a ruling on whether or not to declare a mistrial?

A) One of the jurors turned out to have pleaded guilty to exactly the same crime Phillips was accused of
B) One of the jurors was related to Priscilla's husband
C) One of the jurors admitted to being related to the star witness for the prosecution
D) One of the jurors used to be a co-worker of Priscilla's and concealed that during voir dire
E) Some other reason (explain)


message 2: by Caitlin (new)

Caitlin (cmmcgee_writer92) | 210 comments E. One of the jury members admitted to carrying out his own experiment to test the solubility of bicarbonate of soda in water, which was considered to be misconduct


message 3: by Fishface (new)

Fishface | 11851 comments DING DING DING! Totally correct in all its details! Caitlin is completely and totally on fire!!!




message 4: by Rita (new)

Rita (crimesleuthjunkie) | 1078 comments Fishface wrote: "DING DING DING! Totally correct in all its details! Caitlin is completely and totally on fire!!!

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Congratulations Caitlin you are totally on fire!!!


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