Let's bring in jose baez, who you may remember was casey anthony's attorney. Thank you for coming in this morning. What do you think? Do you agree with that juror? I do. I thought that she did a great... See More
Let's bring in jose baez, who you may remember was casey anthony's attorney. Thank you for coming in this morning. What do you think? Do you agree with that juror? I do. I thought that she did a great job. Now, that doesn't necessarily mean that the prosecutor didn't have a little thing called evidence and I think that's what overcame her testimony. She was deliberate with her answers. She didn't back down to the prosecutor. She didn't come across in a bad way. Some criticism of this jury for not being able to agree on the death penalty, do you agree with the criticism? No, I don't. Jurors work extremely hard in trying to see justice in a case. People can sit in back and watch tv but they don't have to leave their jobs every day and sit in a courtroom for eight to ten hours and make the sacrifices that jurors do and I think it's extremely unfair and unfortunate that we do that. They spoke about the emotional toll about being on the jury. You have been around the criminal justice for a while, do people who serve on juries like this, does that stay with them for the rest of their lives? It does. Because they're exposed to things that they wouldn't be exposed to their everyday life. Like autopsiautopsies. They can have traumatic experiences, even after jury service and it's very complicated. This is a bond that will stick them together. Jose baez, terrific to have your analysis this morning. Thanks for having me. Just unbelievable to think it's not over yet. Let's go back to ron for a
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