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District Attorney Daniel F. Conley holds a press conference on the need for jury reform. (Globe Staff Photo / David L. Ryan)
District Attorney Daniel F. Conley holds a press conference on the need for jury reform. (Globe Staff Photo / David L. Ryan)

Police open probe of five Persad jurors

By Jonathan Saltzman and John Ellement
Globe Staff / December 24, 2004

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State Police have begun a criminal investigation of five jurors in the Trina Persad murder case who lied on their sworn questionnaires about not having criminal records, Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said yesterday. (Full article: 1139 words)

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