Column: County finds justice comes at a price
A couple of weeks ago, two potential jurors in the Nicholas Sheley murder trial got in trouble with the judge.
Outside the courtroom, officials said, both men admitted to commenting in front of other potential jurors that it was a waste of time and taxpayer money to try Sheley when he’s already been convicted in another murder.
The judge reprimanded the men. He feared they could have biased other potential jurors.
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