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Publicity makes felony trials difficult to find jurors

September 29, 2013

By LIZ SKOCZYLAS OBSERVER Correspondent From Nushawn Williams to Anthony R. Taglianetti II, some court cases and trials in Chautauqua County have picked up more media attention than others....

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Sep-30-13 9:42 AM

Its the truth Clowns I blame the media.

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Sep-29-13 4:52 AM

The problem you have not spoke of is the thought process of people in the world today. Guilty until proven innocent. Even the media has people convicted before the court process even begins. Why do you think so many people just take plea deals instead of putting their lives in the hands of a jury around here. Take 2 years in a plea deal or go to trial and risk going to jail for 10 or 20 years. Even if you're innocent its a no brainer. We may have the best judicial system in the world but it is still a very flawed system.

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