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Montana Jury Stages ‘Mutiny’ In Marijuana Case

We have all read hot news written by talented authors. This showdown Montana Jury Stages ‘Mutiny’ In Marijuana Case was a long time a coming. But the news doesn’t stop here. The author shows two wonderful talents. Read the the rest sections to see what I mean. By: Latest News on HuffPost

“I thought, ‘Geez, I don’t know if we can seat a jury,’ ” said Deschamps, who called a recess.

And he didn’t.

During the recess, Paul and defense attorney Martin Elison worked out a plea agreement. That was on Thursday.

On Friday, Cornell entered an Alford plea, in which he didn’t admit guilt. He briefly held his infant daughter in his manacled hands, and walked smiling out of the courtroom.

“Public opinion, as revealed by the reaction of a substantial portion of the members of the jury called to try the charges on Dec. 16, 2010, is not supportive of the state’s marijuana law and appeared to prevent any conviction from being obtained simply because an unbiased jury did not appear available under any circumstances,” according to the plea memorandum filed by his attorney.

“A mutiny,” said Paul.

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