'Just Say He's Guilty': Did Court Personnel's Elevator Interaction With Jurors Taint Trial?
“A uniformed highway patrolman and court IT technician made insensitive comments to the jury regarding [a defendant’s] guilt,” the majority wrote. “Because of who said what to the jury and the circumstances of the interaction, [the defendant] was entitled to a rebuttable presumption of prejudice,” according to the Utah Supreme Court.
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