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As his wife Yulia cried during the verdict — two years and eight months — he drew a heart for her on the glass wall of his court cage.
While she awaited its verdict, she watched the disease ravage the world.
Another reason, a spokeswoman for Elliott claimed, is it’s become harder to secure convictions because juries are asking for video evidence of the crime to turn a guilty verdict more than before.
In our campaigns, no matter how hard-fought they may be, no matter how close the election may turn out to be, those who lose accept the verdict, and support those who win.
In fact, the race is close enough that the possibility of a split verdict — most likely with Perdue winning but not Loeffler — may be higher than most people assume.
WHY A SPLIT VERDICT IN GEORGIA ISN’T THAT CRAZYNATE SILVER (NRSILVER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)DECEMBER 30, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
As the prosecutor who defended the death verdict on appeal, Angela Moore, wrote an op-ed in November arguing against the execution.
She is holding out hope that the verdict would allow for a potential season in the spring, right before she graduates.
Screeners could reach an initial verdict in 15 seconds, Lenss said, allowing passengers to pass through at least as quickly as they can get though the TSA gate.
While the verdict left the ACA standing for now, it added potentially years of uncertainty.
Prima facie, the verdict here is less favorable than in the previous case.
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