AuthorMatthew G. Kaiser
§11:00 Juries
§11:01 Sometimes the Problem With the Jury System Is
the Jurors
§11:02 The Third Circuit Holds That a Jury Can't Infer
Intent From Constitutionally Protected Silence
§11:03 The Sixth Circuit Lets a Jury Hear About the
Accident of Federal Jurisdiction in a Michigan
Swamp Murder
§11:04 Club Rules, Prejudicial Evidence, and Hard Dis-
tinctions About Child Pornography
§11:05 Going to Prison for What a Jury Doesn't Think
You Did
§11:06 Standing Up for Criminal Defense Lawyers
§11:07 More Defense Victories – in Brief
§11:08 Commentary
§11:01 Sometimes the Problem With the Jury
System Is the Jurors
United States v. Collins, 665 F.3d 454 (2d Cir. 2012)
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φραυδ, µακινγ φαλσε στατεµεντσ το τηε Σεχυριτιεσ ανδ Εξχηανγε Χοµ−
µισσιον, ανδ χονσπιραχψ. Ηε ωεντ το τριαλ ανδ, ωε χαν ιµαγινε, σπεντ
ωεεκσποσσιβλψ µοντησωορκινγ ωιτη ηισ λαωψερσ το διλιγεντλψ δεφενδ
ηιµσελφ ανδ ηισ ριγητσ. Ηισ τριαλ τοοκ 22 δαψσ οφ τεστιµονψµορε τηαν
φουρ ωεεκσ ιν α φεδεραλ χουρτροοµ.

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