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The jury said it did find that many of Georgia's registration and election laws `` are outmoded or inadequate and often ambiguous ''.
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The jury further said in term-end presentments that the City Executive Committee, which had over-all charge of the election, `` deserves the praise and thanks of the City of Atlanta '' for the manner in which the election was conducted.
`` Only a relative handful of such reports was received '', the jury said, `` considering the widespread interest in the election, the number of voters and the size of this city ''.
The grand jury commented on a number of other topics, among them the Atlanta and Fulton County purchasing departments which it said `` are well operated and follow generally accepted practices which inure to the best interest of both governments ''.
However, the jury said it believes `` these two offices should be combined to achieve greater efficiency and reduce the cost of administration ''.
The City Purchasing Department, the jury said, `` is lacking in experienced clerical personnel as a result of city personnel policies ''.
`` This is one of the major items in the Fulton County general assistance program '', the jury said, but the State Welfare Department `` has seen fit to distribute these funds through the welfare departments of all the counties in the state with the exception of Fulton County, which receives none of this money.
The jury said it found the court `` has incorporated into its operating procedures the recommendations '' of two previous grand juries, the Atlanta Bar Association and an interim citizens committee.
`` These actions should serve to protect in fact and in effect the court's wards from undue costs and its appointed and elected servants from unmeritorious criticisms '', the jury said.
Karns said it was a `` wrongful act '' for Wexler to take statements `` privately and outside of the grand jury room ''.
In his opening statement to a jury of eight women and four men, Bernard H. Sokol, attorney for the detectives, said that evidence would show that his clients were `` entirely innocent ''.
The jury foreman, Mrs. Olive Heideman, of rural Elsie, said that a ballot was not even taken until yesterday morning and that the first day of deliberation was spent in going over the evidence.
U.S. Attorney Macon Weaver said the federal complaint, charged that the juror gave false information when asked about Ku Klux Klan membership during selection of jury.
Lee said he had told the jury that he made an agreement in April with Stein to supply and supervise janitors in McCormick Place.
Leavitt, as he entered the jury room, said he was prepared to answer questions about the $12,500 his liquor firm paid to Stein for `` labor consultant work '' with five unions which organized Leavitt's workers.
In its citation, the jury said: " Ieoh Ming Pei has given this century some of its most beautiful interior spaces and exterior forms ... His versatility and skill in the use of materials approach the level of poetry.
It has been said that the expectation of jury members as to the explanatory power of scientific evidence has been raised by television in what is known as the CSI effect.
In the United States, every person accused of a crime punishable by incarceration for more than six months has a constitutional right to a trial by jury, which arises in federal court from Article Three of the United States Constitution, which states in part, " The Trial of all Crimes ... shall be by Jury ; and such Trial shall be held in the State where the said Crimes shall have been committed.
Joy said, " The jury really is still out on these bodies, whether they were aristocrats, priests, criminals, outsiders, whether they went willingly to their deaths or whether they were executed – but Lindow was a very remote place in those days, an unlikely place for an ambush or a murder ".
During the United States v. Sun Myung Moon in 1982, federal prosecutors argued that the word " Moonie " be banned during the jury selection process because they said it was considered " a negative term ," and prejudicial in nature.
The Pritzker jury said the Pompidou " revolutionized museums, transforming what had once been elite monuments into popular places of social and cultural exchange, woven into the heart of the city.
When asked what would make a revised work eligible, the chairman of that year's music jury, Robert Ward, said: " Not a cut here and there ... or a slight revision ," but rather something that changed " the whole conception of the piece.
Plimpton says in the write-up about her " I went to jury duty the other day, and somebody said, ' You always play drug addicts!
The sentence was thrown out in December by the U. S. Supreme Court, because the jury had not said that it intended for Stroud to hang.
Mitchel said: " I have to say that I have been found guilty by a packed jury — by the jury of a partisan sheriff — by a jury not empanelled even according to the law of England.
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The accused did not object to the trial court's charge to the jury that discourse `` may constitute a breach of the peace if it stirs the public to anger, invites dispute, brings about a condition of unrest.
That is, he did not claim in any of the four courts through which his case progressed that the jury charge had denied him any federal right.
The jury did not elaborate, but it added that `` there should be periodic surveillance of the pricing practices of the concessionaires for the purpose of keeping the prices reasonable ''.
Wexler admitted in earlier court hearings that he issued grand jury subpenas to about 200 persons involved in the election investigation, questioned the individuals in the Criminal courts building, but did not take them before the grand jury.
The defendant had to have pleaded not guilty, and the jury did not instead recommend a life sentence.
In most common law jurisdictions, an indictment was handed up by a grand jury, which returned a " true bill " if it found cause to make the charge, or " no bill " if it did not find cause.
A Cleveland grand jury cleared two bishops of racketeering charges, finding that their mishandling of sex abuse claims did not amount to criminal racketeering.
' The jury foreman himself was unconvinced of the merit of the Act but he acted, as did most of the jury, on the instructions of the judge.
Appeals are frequently based on a claim that the trial judge or jury did not allow or appreciate all the facts ; if that claim is successful the appeal judges will often order a trial " de novo ".
In Branzburg v. Hayes,, the Court ruled that the First Amendment did not give a journalist the right to refuse a subpoena from a grand jury.
The new provisions did not specifically aim at establishing impartiality, but had the effect of reinforcing the authority of the jury by guaranteeing impartiality at the point of selection.
In Williams v. Florida,, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that a Florida state jury of six was sufficient, and that " the 12-man panel is not a necessary ingredient of " trial by jury ," and that respondent's refusal to impanel more than the six members provided for by Florida law did not violate petitioner's Sixth Amendment rights as applied to the States through the Fourteenth.
Although the initial draft did not require a jury for civil cases, this led to an uproar which was followed by the Seventh Amendment, which requires a civil jury in cases where the value in dispute is greater than twenty dollars.
However, the legal proceedings certainly did not have de jure presumption of guilt-for instance, the juror's oath explicitly recommended that the jury did not betray the interests of the defendants, and took attention of the means of defense.
The jury ruled against Dupuy, deciding that any agreement with her previous master Condon did not bear on Clay.
The jury convicted, but the case went to appeal on the basis that no means of accumulating evidence had been provided for jurors who did not wish to use Bayes ' theorem.