How About Screening Jurors
- Court officials acknowledge that information revealed by the Tribune appears to show that a member of the federal jury that convicted Springfield power broker William Cellini concealed two felony convictions.
Attorneys for Cellini said the information may be used in seeking to overturn last week's verdict.
But leaving the juror in place gives them perfect grounds for a vacated verdict and a retrial. And with the amount of money spent of private attorneys, we're sure that they were steps ahead of the state in doing background checks for jurors.
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