Re: BJ/ so the information that...
Wed Feb 01, 0:22

Joyce, I am curious if you actually understand the difference between a "jury trial" and the "Grand Jury" ordering a jury trial?

The Grand Jury (then and now) only evaluates prosecution evidence and determines if the prosecution evidence is a valid mechanism for a case to go to a jury trial.

  • BJ/ so the information that...Joyce A. Aros, Tue Jan 31 6:45
    ...would make that determination should have been crucial. Of course neither side would want to over-play their hand, but there still has to be some substance and preparation in order to attain the goal... more
    • Re: BJ/ so the information that... — B.J., Wed Feb 01 0:22
      • BJ/ you bring up a good point...Joyce A. Aros, Wed Feb 01 6:34
        I probably do not recognize a difference in the two descriptions as you present them. Looks like I will have to do some worthwhile research. I really appreciate your drawing attention to what is... more