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On the fifth day of deliberations, at least one juror in the federal case against Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman appears confused about how to handle the complex set of charges against the Mexican drug kingpin.
After spending the morning once again sifting through and likely debating some parts of the sweeping evidence of large-scale drug smuggling from the 12-week trial, jurors had their first requests of the day about 2:20 p.m. Eastern time.
The article goes on to state the following:
Along with asking for testimony from a Drug Enforcement Agent and a Coast Guardsman related to several drug seizures of tons of cocaine from boats and a submarine, they also had this question:
“Does a violation have to be proven or not proven unanimously?”
Questions from ‘El Chapo’ jury hint at disagreement on the panel https://t.co/N2zO3km7W0
— L.A. Times Politics (@latimespolitics) February 12, 2019
El jurado en el caso contra Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán concluyó este lunes la quinta sesión de deliberaciones con dudas entre sus miembros, que cuestionaron si debía haber unanimidad en todas las violaciones contra el narcotraficante https://t.co/ZTBq3sFUEW pic.twitter.com/LfaXwXf0Nh
— Sin Embargo MX (@SinEmbargoMX) February 12, 2019
Still no verdict in El Chapo trial as jurors get grumpy – New York Post https://t.co/7lKYLUxFmK
— No Fee News (@nofeenews) February 12, 2019
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