Juror in Broyhill trial allegedly discussed case with wife
RALEIGH, N.C. — The Jonathan Broyhill murder trial took a detour in Raleigh Wednesday after the judge got a report about alleged behavior by one of the jurors on the case.
Judge Paul Ridgeway said he had gotten a note from a juror who said another juror had spoken about his wife watching livestreaming of the trial and expressing concern they were discussing the case – which jurors are not supposed to do.
Ridgeway said he would hold an inquiry and had the cameras in the courtroom turned off while he spoke with the juror in question.
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