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Criminal Procedures

Trial Process

Can jury members discuss the case before deliberations?

No, jury members are admonished by trial judges not to discuss the case with each other or with anybody else until the case is concluded and the case is submitted for formal jury deliberations. If a trial judge finds out that a juror has violated this provision, the trial judge will remove the juror.



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