Attorney: Internet Use Could Bias Jury In Peterson CaseAttorneys for accused killer Drew Peterson are trying to find ways to make sure their case does not get sabotaged by jurors using the Internet.
Jurors See Different Side Of Blagojevich At SentencingMembers of the jury that convicted Rod Blagojevich of 17 corruption counts this past summer said they saw a very different man in court on Wednesday from the cocky, glad-handing politician they watched for more nearly two months at his trial.
Blagojevich Jurors Feel Need To See Final Chapter Of Justice ServedIt took two juries to find Rod Blagojevich guilty on 18 federal corruption charges. The men and women who agonized over those decisions weren’t required to be in court today for the sentencing hearing. But they were there.
Cook County Backs Off Plan To Charge Jurors To Park At CourthousesCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle has backed down from her proposal to require jurors and some law enforcement members to pay for parking in courthouse garages.
Blagojevich Jury Wraps Second Day Of DeliberationsJurors in the Rod Blagojevich corruption retrial have wrapped up their second day of deliberations, meeting without a word on their progress on Monday.
Blagojevich Judge: Opening Statements Could Begin MondayThe judge in the retrial of former Gov. Rod Blagojevich said Tuesday that it appears opening statements could begin on Monday, while attorneys wrap up jury selection this week.
Blago Jurors To Remain Anonymous Until Day After VerdictThe federal judge presiding over the corruption trial of former Gov. Rod Blagojevich said he won't release the names of the jurors until the day after the verdict in Blagojevich's second trial.