The El Chapo Trial: Juror 261's experience
What is it like to actually be chosen for a federal jury? What is it like to sit on that jury and judge one of the most famous drug lords of all time? Welcome to the Southern District of New York, a federal court with a jury room so appallingly bland the juror's nicknamed it "Code Suicide".
What was El Chapo like to watch in court? Were the witnesses believable?
View the story through the eyes of one young woman selected to sit this trial. Get a unique view into the actual deliberations. See the press reports and the jury's reaction to the true, the false, and the spin of the press.
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