The U.S. Supreme Court is seen after split 4-4 decision in first major case after Scalia death in Washington

U.S. justices mull propriety of recalling discharged jury to duty

The U.S. Supreme Court is seen after split 4-4 decision in first major case after Scalia death in WashingtonBy Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday wrestled with the question of under what circumstances judges can recall jurors to duty after they have rendered a verdict, in a case involving a man seeking damages after suffering injuries in a Montana car accident. The justices, during an hour of arguments, indicated that a gap of just a few minutes in which there is no opportunity for jurors to be exposed to any information that could prejudice their views of the case may be permissible. The jury initially awarded Dietz nothing.

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