University of Pittsburgh

John Burkoff on Jury Deliberations in Penn Hills Homicide Case

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January 16, 2013

Professor John Burkoff explained that the slow course of deliberations by a jury hearing the case against a man accused of a killing in Penn Hills was probably just a sign of the care the jury was taking with the evidence.  While he would have expected a quick verdict, Professor Burkoff said that the slow pace of deliberations indicates the jury is doing its job well.

See the story in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review here.



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