Lawyers in Louisville, Ky., are asking a federal judge to set aside a jury verdict exonerating a police officer in a Taser-related death because they say the jury foreman researched the case on the Internet and used what he found to sway other jurors.
In a Dec. 4 verdict, the jury cleared one officer and was unable to reach a verdict on another, The Courier-Journal reports. Attorneys representing the estate of the victim, Larry Noles, say a juror contacted them and alleged that at least two other jurors, including the foreman, consulted the Web site of Taser International.
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Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on January 12, 2010
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