Articles Tagged with Jury verdicts

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Still wondering about the jury verdict in the Bundy et al Malheur Militia case? This Oregonian article explains a lot. (You’ll  need to do some more homework to explain it all – or most of it, including, among other things, learning about sentencing guidelines and the (former) Oregon U.S. Attorney decision to appeal an Oregon federal district court judge’s sentencing decision.)

Never underestimate, or second guess, a jury until you stand in their shoes – or sit in their chairs:

“Who was John Killman? A tip and detective work unmask mystery man at Oregon refuge,” by Maxine Bernstein, [print] Oregonian, Sunday, November 6, 2016.

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If you are searching for the jury verdict in a single case and want to know more than “who won?:
1) You’ll need to see the case file, which is sometimes available via OJIN or you will need to visit the courthouse where the trial took place, or both if the case file is not on OJIN or is too old to still be at the courthouse.