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  • English majors on the jury interpret a double negative as a confession.
  • Jury too preoccupied with mobile devices to give verdict on distracted texting driving case.
  • Lawyers shoot guilty t-shirts to the jury.
  • Santa offers to save time at trial by telling if defendant has been bad or good.
  • Cell phone call interrupts reading of the verdict.
  • Fat-free ice cream maker sponsors verdict with their guilt slogan.
  • English majors on the jury interpret a double negative as a confession.
  • A defendant wears Yankees tie to trial and angers Bostonian jury.
  • Verdict looks grim for defendant as trial jury sings lyrics to "Na Na Hey Hey."
  • The jury foreman takes his job literally and has jury do construction project.
  • Jury tricks guilty defendant by stating not innocent verdict instead of guilty verdict.
  • Ventriloquist on trial throws his voice to the juror reading the ventriloquist's verdict.


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