TSR exclusive report: As the trial of the three men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery approaches, the man was hunted down and shot while jogging in the suburbs of Georgia. The prosecutor and the defense have been fighting to ensure a fair trial.
Just a few days after the judge ruled that the defense lawyer Unable to mention Ahmed’s criminal history Seeing in the court that he was the victim of the case rather than the trial, the defense attorneys for Gregory and Travis McMichael seem to be back to ask the court to make some changes that would affect the jury.
In court documents obtained by The Shade Room, the state filed a motion against some of the changes requested by McMichaels’ attorneys, including the ability of the jury to provide written questions to the court while listening to the instructions of the jurors.
“The state opposes the defendant’s request to cancel the paragraph that gives jurors the ability to present written questions to the court,” the document said. “This is a search for the truth. As the jury’s instructions point out, if the jurors believe that an issue is essential to their duty as a fact-finder, they should be able to raise the issue.”
Court documents also show that the defense requested the court to remove the words “all doubts” and “mathematical certainty” from the jury order to avoid misleading and confusing the jurors. The questionable sentence is: “However, the state does not need to prove the defendant’s guilt without doubt or mathematically.”
The judge has not yet ruled on this issue, but it appears that the defense’s goal is to achieve a smaller victory before the trial, which began with the jury selection on October 18.
Ahmed was shot and killed by McMichael and his wife in February 2020 because his story began a year and a half later on trial.
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