A Manhattan judge properly denied a defendant’s request to conduct an inquiry regarding an “emotionally upset” juror who locked herself in a bathroom during deliberations, the New York Appellate Division, 1st Department ruled on Tuesday.
According to court records, a distraught juror in defendant Nafis Wright’s trial for sale of a controlled substance locked herself in a courthouse bathroom for approximately 75 minutes.
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