address to the jury

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In his opening address to the jury, he said: "We submit its extremely likely if not almost certain [sex] occurred when she was dead.
In her opening address to the jury, crown prosecutor Siobhan Herbert said the couple's relations broke down about four months before her death.
Carroll has suggested through his barrister that an accomplice in the burglary was responsible for the sex attack on the pensioner, but during her opening address to the jury, prosecutor, Kitty Taylor described such an assertion as "fanciful and fabricated".
In his final address to the jury, Mr Coughlin said: "Do not let the fact that the defendant was troubled and had a traumatic childhood distract you.
He made his comments during his closing address to the jury at Birmingham Crown Court who are trying eight men accused of murder.
In an opening address to the jury, Mr Wood said the married father-of-two, from Brunton Lane, Gosforth, Newcastle, was on trial for his "thoughts and beliefs" and his only actions amounted to talking to his brother on a computer.
In an opening address to the jury, Mr Wood said the married father-of-two was on trial for his "thoughts and beliefs" and his only actions amounted to talking to his brother on a computer.
Martin was continuing his address to the jury in a trial where Dr.
In his final address to the jury of six men and six women, Watson compared the case to a complicated mathematical equation and said that, unless they were certain, they shouldn't return a guilty verdict.
In his final address to the jury, David Turner QC prosecuting said it would bring them no pleasure finding the footballer guilty - but that it was the right verdict.
In his address to the jury Sir John said, "as the publication was admitted, the only question for their consideration was the amount of damages due to the plaintiff; to impute a man that he was a coward and a liar was undoubtedly libellous, but he, the Chief Justice, could not help expressing his deep regret that trifles should have broken up a club which he thought likely to be useful to the community and promote harmony in society".
Your own counsel rightly in his address to the jury described each murder as instances of extreme savagery and brutality.