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- Jury tampering is a capital offense and is punishable by life in prison.
- Jury tampering is a much more serious intrusion into the jury's processes and poses an inherently greater risk to the integrity of the verdict.
- Jury tampering is a very serious offense and any lawyer caught would be disbarred.
- Jury tampering is a Class 2 felony.
- Jury tampering is a gross misdemeanor.
- In 1989, he was charged with jury tampering at the Palmer courthouse.
- Months later, in the next turn of that fascinating legal drama, the bailiff was accused of jury tampering and the conviction was set aside.
- This would be intended to direct attention away from the attempted criminal jury tampering by Scientology.
- Definition of jury tampering in the Ledal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia.
- The plea and the jury tampering case earned DeNaples a mention in the crime commission's report.
- Angulo thus draws a clear distinction between jury tampering and other kinds of juror misconduct.
- In a case of jury tampering such as ours, Angulo instructs that "the potential for bias is so strong" that a hearing must be held.
- Nevertheless, the Fourth Circuit concluded, as we do, that the co-defendant had properly raised a claim of jury tampering.
- These later cases, however, have no effect on Remmer ' s holding as to jury tampering, as Angulo makes clear.
- This was to prevent jury tampering in cases involving organized crime.
- The court characterizes Angulo as "reaffirming" the Remmer presumption in a case of jury tampering, op.
- It is doubtless for that reason that the Supreme Court in Remmer announced a special rule dealing with jury tampering.
- A Remmer analysis calls upon courts to classify the type of interference presented and apply a presumption if jury tampering is involved.
- The issue of jury tampering is a focus of Honken's motion for a new trial.
- Gotti's trial attorney, Albert Krieger, was dismissive of the latest jury tampering story.
- Hes due for a retrial (the first trial was thrown out after jury tampering), and has been slowly losing his wits to old age.
- FN1. Phillips was not a jury tampering case, as the opinion points out.
- Like my colleagues, I reject Dutkel's argument that Washington's jury tampering constituted a structural error entitling Dutkel to a new trial.
- Washington (AP) - A D.C. woman has pleaded guilty to jury tampering in a murder case.
- The FBI is investigating possible jury tampering.
- Police are investigating the alleged jury tampering.
- He is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday on the jury tampering charges.
- In January, a Criminal Court judge dismissed jury tampering charges -- stemming from the restroom incident -- against her.
- But in the wake of jury tampering charges that resulted in a mistrial Nov.
- Days before the mistrial was called, an OK hand gesture by a juror toward the defense raised questions of jury tampering.
- This was in order to prevent jury tampering in cases involving organised crime.
- Teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa was convicted of fraud, conspiracy and jury tampering.
- Hoffa, a regular target of federal investigations, eventually was convicted of jury tampering and fraud.
- Hoffa is reported to have fallen out with several organised crime figures after he was convicted of jury tampering and fraud in the 1960s.
- However, Labour eventually got its way in fraud trials and cases where jury tampering seemed likely.
- Hoffa was sent to prison for jury tampering and planned a return to power upon his release.
- His attempts at entering "evidence" during deliberations got him prison time for jury tampering.
- First, officials will have to finish this investigation into the jury tampering.
- Two of the jurors refused to deliberate, prompting allegations of jury tampering.
- The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation reportedly looked into allegations of jury tampering, according to recently unsealed court records.
- A bully and a brawler, he had been released from prison in 1971 after serving five years of a 15-year sentence for jury tampering, conspiracy and fraud.
- The Fifth Circuit correctly identified this as jury tampering, but concluded that Remmer had been modified by Olano and Phillips.
- Hoffa had been serving a prison sentence for fraud and jury tampering.
- This is a run-of-the-mill ex parte contact case, where the burden rests on the defendant to show prejudice; it has nothing to do with jury tampering.
- The jurors in Remmer, Angulo and Cheek-indeed in most jury tampering cases-disclosed the illicit contact and thus did not fear being discovered.
- The defence includes a team of experts who, for want of a better word, engage in jury tampering.
- Experts who have followed the Teamsters contend Hoffa's relationship with the union turned contentious when he was imprisoned for jury tampering and fraud.
- Joy Baptist Church in Birmingham triggered an FBI investigation into alleged jury tampering.
- The alleged jury tampering first came to light Thursday, but a temporary publication ban by the judge prevented Sun Media from revealing the disturbing news.
- Nothing in Williams-Davis suggests that the D.C. Circuit would fail to apply the Remmer presumption in a case where there was jury tampering.
- His recommendation on "tainted acquittals" applies to cases where there is demonstrated abuse of process, such as jury tampering.
- The majority's attempt to distinguish Phillips as applicable only to cases not involving jury tampering, see op.
- Grogins told jurors Payne admitted to the jury tampering attempt because, "He's honest.".
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