What Now? Lawyers Weigh In on Ahmaud Arbery Trial After Court Publishes Suppressed Filings Amid Jury Selection
“The entire point of a motion to suppress is not to expose jurors to something that could be prejudicial, generally,” said Michael Bixon, a defense attorney unaffiliated with the trial. “If they’ve seen it before they even come in the courtroom, that becomes a major problem.”
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