Saturday, April 4, 2015

Reginald Tanubagijo: California: Judge proceeds to sentence him - even though one of the convicting jurors had admitted to using his twitter account during the trial despite the judge’s admonition of all jurors not to use social media. One tweet from July 8, the second day of jury selection, read, “Are u kidding me? This jury duty (expletive) is NOT for me dude.” Another post to La Duna’s account began by stating, “In my book, everybody’s guilty until proven innocent. Tanubagijo took the witness stand in his own defense and testified that he neglected to tell anyone that as Buddy began to choke, he reached over to where the child was placed in a chair on top of the table, causing it to topple over onto the tile floor. Reporter Ryan Chalk: Times Herald.

 STORY: "Judge denies juror misconduct motion, sentences Suisan City man to prison in infant death case," by reporter Ryan Chalk, published by the Times Herald on April 3, 2015.

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