Buttegrizzle wrote:I wonder how many prospective jurors absentmindedly wore Griz hoodies to voir dire? Seriously though,now that the trial is upon us, I really feel for the families involved (both JJ and his accuser). As a parent, this hits me as just really sad. Punch, I do appreciate your comment as a cat fan. I don't know if we will see JJ on the field of play again, regardless of the outcome. Just the stress, shame and cost of all this along with the loss of his football career is a fairly stiff punishment he will suffer regardless of a conviction. And lets be clear, Grizzly Football will rise out of this one way or another and return to beating your Bobcat ass with whomever takes the snap next season.
ALPHAGRIZ1 wrote:BA isnt the only egriz poster still in the pool...................
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granitegriz wrote:getgrizzy---posting that you are going to be on a jury panel is not posting about the trial. However, maybe BA posted earlier on about the case, but I can't recall. All I know is BA is a good guy!
granitegriz wrote:Good analysis by legal guru for ABC, but did call JJ a senior....
mtgrizrule wrote:Another national publication. http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/colleg ... -trial.ap/
mtgrizrule wrote:granitegriz wrote:Good analysis by legal guru for ABC, but did call JJ a senior....
I caught that too. He will be a SR academically after this year. Jr for his playing status, assuming he gets to use this last season as a RS year. I am not sure how that works for legal issues.
reinell30 wrote:IntuitiveGriz wrote:How long is the trial "expected" to last?
I was told average is 5-8 days.
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