Dude(s), I am not invested in this case. AT ALL. My ONLY concern is: Is it valid for a judge to instruct a jury that ANY of the similar items can count as unanimous as long as all of them agree that the INTENT was identical? That is, unanimous on intent? A robbery goes wrong and somebody dies but the jury is split on some of the specifics. Medical malpractice happens but the jury is split on which parts matter more and yet in all they point to medical malpractice. Patchwork is standard stuff. That’s all I cared about. I don’t care about this case. In fact, I had the WRONG CASE IN MIND when I was writing to Jeremy before: This is how little I care about Trump’s cases. I thought it was the real estate case. I didn’t know it was the Cohen case ’til long after I was done posting links. But everything still applied.

Dude(s), I am not invested in this case.
AT ALL.
My ONLY concern is: Is it valid for a judge to instruct a jury that ANY of the similar items can count as unanimous as long as all of them agree that the INTENT was identical?
That is, unanimous on intent? A robbery goes wrong and somebody dies but the jury is split on some of the specifics. Medical malpractice happens but the jury is split on which parts matter more and yet in all they point to medical malpractice.
Patchwork is standard stuff. That’s all I cared about.
I don’t care about this case. In fact, I had the WRONG CASE IN MIND when I was writing to Jeremy before: This is how little I care about Trump’s cases. I thought it was the real estate case. I didn’t know it was the Cohen case ’til long after I was done posting links. But everything still applied.

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