Jurors Find Judging Criminal Intent Difficult

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The Tyco corporate fraud case is bringing a new public focus to the important question of criminal intent. One Tyco juror’s view that criminal intent had not been proved led to a deadlock in the jury room, resulting in publicity that indirectly caused the judge to declare a mistrial. The juror, Ruth B. Jordan, says
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