By Dr. Ray Kessler, who is, incidentally, a retired Prof. of Criminal Justice, former defense attorney and prosecutor is your host. This blog is about sharing information, opinion and commentary relating to crime, law and justice. I also venture into politics, and ethics. I try to avoid knee-jerk & lemming approaches. The views expressed herein are solely those of the author and do not represent those of the author's former employer.
Sunday, June 15, 2014
bizarre not guilty verdict. Ironically the defendant enjoyed his freedom only a few hours
One of the most bizarre mistaken not guilty verdicts ever. The prosecution should have asked the judge to "poll" the jury and this outrage might have been prevented.