Jury Related Quotes

“For a jury to award half a million dollars for emotional distress means they evaluated the evidence as reflecting severe and serious harassment and discrimination.”

Michael Mcauliffe

“The real question is why the archdiocese refuses to turn over grand jury-subpoenaed personnel records to prosecutors,”

Steve Cooley

“Lay is making eye contact with the jury, and they're not looking away from him, which is a very good sign for Lay.”

David Berg

“These leaks make a mockery of the traditional rules of grand jury secrecy. They often appear to be a cynical attempt to pressure and intimidate witnesses, to deceive the public and to smear people involved in the investigation.”

David Kendall

“It is unfortunate that this second jury, like the first, was unable to reach a verdict in this case after a seven-month trial and more than 60 days of deliberations over the past four and a half months. Tenet continues to believe that physician relocation agreements such as those entered into by Alvarado are a common practice used by many hospitals to bring needed health care resources to their communities. This case has amply demonstrated that the law surrounding physician relocation agreements is complicated and subject to differing interpretations.”

Peter Urbanowicz

“If a jury finds that Andersen is 70 percent at fault [for Enron's collapse], then theoretically shareholders have given up 70 percent of claims for $300 million, which is nothing.”

Charles Parker

“If you violate Nature's laws you are your own prosecuting attorney, judge, jury, and hangman.”

Luther Burbank

“I don't think there has been a jury verdict for insanity in my 35 years.”

Wilbur Smith

“I'd much rather be in front of a Canadian jury in a Canadian court. It'd probably still keep me out of the seed business for the rest of my life, alas, but it certainly would lay people's fears of a sovereignty intrusion to rest.”

Marc Emery

“When the jury returned the verdict, I felt high, but then I realized, I still had lost a son.”

Van Horn