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Juror No. 77: You’d Have To Convince Me He Was Innocent Rather Than Guilty

It turns out the sketch artists weren’t the only people in the courtroom who hated Martin Shkreli, as these notes from the jury selection are just all kinds of amazing (Brafman is Shkreli’s lawyer): the court: The purpose of jury selection is to ensure fairness and impartiality in this case. If you think that you […]
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