Wi. Man Faced Juror “Lynch Mob” Mentality: Court

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A federal appeals court ruled that Ted Oswald, convicted with his father in a 1994 Wisconsin crime spree that left a police captain dead, should be retried or released from prison because biased jurors prevented him from having a fair trial, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
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