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SDNY Trial For Felon in Possession To Have 90 Minute Closing With 15 Minute Video

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 5 – Samuel Saunders is on trial for being a felon in possession of ammunition, to wit, 9 millimeter Remington-Peters shell casings.

On May 5, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Lorna G. Schofield held a final charging conference. Inner City Press covered it.

 The Assistant US Attorney said perhaps the verdict sheet should only be signed by the foreperson.

 Judge Schofield said she prefers all jurors to sign. She asked how long the AUSA wants for closing arguments.  

An hour and a half was the answer, including a 15 minute video.

Judge Schofield said it would be important that both sides could close on the same day, Friday, May 7 and that she would not expect the jury to reach a verdict that day.

The case is US v. Saunders, 19-cr-679 (Schofield)


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