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So it could be a crime if one of the jury presses the issue (specifically, pointing a gun at someone in a manner to intimidate them would be Assault with a Deadly Weapon, regardless of if the "weapon" was actually loaded, operable, or even a realistic toy. So long as the victim believes it was a real gun, it's Assault with Deadly. Given that it ...


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I think you're referring to this image: This is the prosecutor pointing the AR-15 at the jury. Evidence, including guns, is allowed in the courtroom, but the prosecutor was widely criticized for his dramatic antics: pointing it directly at the jury, with his finger on the trigger (the rifle should have been checked for being empty, but not having your ...


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16 trials For the 12-Month Period Ending September 30, 2019 there were 16 trials for homicide in US District Courts. I found the data in Table D-4. U.S. District Courts—Criminal Defendants Disposed of, by Type of Disposition and Offense This page has a list of past publications. This is the most recent data from the 12-Month Period Ending September 30, 2019. ...


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Jury selection transcripts are part of the appellate record, if a party requests it, but while the appellate record is made available to parties for the purposes of filing their appeals and to the appellate judges for the purpose of reviewing their briefs. It is not generally uploaded to PACER and an appellate record is not generally available to members of ...


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You will probably not find juror names in virtually any transcripts. You would probably need to instead request copies of old summonses from the clerk's office, but I don't know that those will be available. If you want to know about jurors being challenged, you would want to review the trial transcript. Transcripts are available through PACER, but only if ...


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