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Radio Curious: Jane Dymond – A Juror Speaks, Segment 1

Radio Curious: Jane Dymond – A Juror Speaks, Segment 1

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The Eugene “Bear” Lincoln murder trial ended in the fall of 1997 in Ukiah, California, with an acquittal of the defendant, Mr. Lincoln, on charges of first degree and second-degree murder, and with the jury divided ten to two, on acquittal from manslaughter charges. Apart from the divisive nature of this criminal trial, it also carried a particularly extraordinary aspect. Seven of the twelve jurors chose to come forward and talk about their responses to what they heard and saw in the courtroom. Jane Dymond was a member of the Lincoln trial jury. She attended every session of the trial, and every aspect of the jury’s deliberation. She is our guest in this edition of Radio Curious.

Jane Dymond recommends “Independent People,” by Haldor Locksmith.

Originally Broadcast: October 10, 1997
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Radio Curious: Jane Dymond – A Juror Speaks, Segment 1

Radio Curious: Jane Dymond – A Juror Speaks, Segment 1

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