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Murder In Moscow: Judge John Judge Makes A Ruling On The Surveys (4/24/24)

Murder In Moscow:  Judge John Judge Makes A Ruling On The Surveys (4/24/24)
24 de abr. de 2024 · 16m 21s

Judge John Judge has ruled that the survey that was taken in Latah county by Bryan Kohberger's team did not cross any boundaries and he has now ordered that the...

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Judge John Judge has ruled that the survey that was taken in Latah county by Bryan Kohberger's team did not cross any boundaries and he has now ordered that the survey be allowed to resume.   This comes after the survey was challenged by the prosecution in Moscow, saying that they feared it could taint the jury.   

In this episode, we take a look at that order and see where things currently stand in Moscow.   


Here's how surveys can be used by defense attorneys to try and change the venue of a trial:
  1. Identifying Biases: Defense attorneys may commission surveys to gauge the attitudes and biases of potential jurors in the current venue. If the survey reveals a strong bias against the defendant or a predisposition to convict, they can use this data to argue for a change of venue.
  2. Public Opinion: Surveys can help attorneys understand the prevailing public opinion in the current venue regarding the case. If the survey indicates widespread negative sentiment or preconceptions about the defendant or the circumstances of the case, it can be used as evidence to support the argument for a change of venue.
  3. Media Influence: Surveys can assess the extent to which media coverage has influenced public opinion in the current venue. If the survey shows that the majority of potential jurors have been exposed to biased or inflammatory media coverage, the defense can argue that it would be difficult to impanel an impartial jury in that venue.
  4. Comparative Analysis: Attorneys may conduct surveys in multiple potential venues to compare attitudes, biases, and public opinion across different locations. If the surveys reveal that potential jurors in other venues are less biased or more likely to be impartial, the defense can use this data to argue for a change of venue to a location where a fair trial is more likely.
  5. Expert Testimony: Survey results can be presented in court through expert testimony to support the defense's argument for a change of venue. Experts can interpret the survey data and explain its relevance to the impartiality of the jury selection process.
  6. Legal Precedent: Defense attorneys can cite legal precedent where changes of venue have been granted based on similar survey evidence. They can argue that granting a change of venue in their case would uphold the principle of fair trial and ensure that the defendant's constitutional rights are protected.
  7. Court Motion: Ultimately, defense attorneys would submit a motion to the court requesting a change of venue based on the survey evidence and supporting arguments. The judge would then consider the motion, along with any opposition from the prosecution, and make a decision based on the merits of the case and applicable legal standards.

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to contact me:

bobbycapucci@protonmail.com


source:

Bryan Kohberger's lawyers can resume phone surveys of jury pool in case of 4 University of Idaho student deaths, judge rules - CBS News


source:

041924-Order-Allowing-Defense-Surveys-to-Continue.pdf
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