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The clock starts ticking (Original Post) Chille Nov 2021 OP
judge sprinkleeninow Nov 2021 #1
I was thinking the same thing. Geez. skylucy Nov 2021 #2
Unnerving, to say the least. Sheesh. sprinkleeninow Nov 2021 #4
The longer they take, the more likely he'll be convicted. BlueTsunami2018 Nov 2021 #3
Are they deliberating tonight? Yarnie Nov 2021 #5
The last I Chille Nov 2021 #6
3. The longer they take, the more likely he'll be convicted.
Mon Nov 15, 2021, 07:01 PM
If theyre done in an hour, hes going to walk.
Im sure this isnt a hard, fast rule but generally, thats how it goes.
Ill be surprised if he gets convicted. This whole trial has been a joke.