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The Sequestered Jury - Fess Up O.J. Album

The Sequestered Jury - Fess Up O.J. Album
Performer: The Sequestered Jury
Title: Fess Up O.J.
Country: US
Genre: Electronic
Style:House, Hip-House
Released: 1995
Catalog number: NEP-7849-12
Label: Nep-Tune
MP3 album szie: 1085 mb
FLAC album size: 2032 mb


1Fess Up O.J. (The White Bronco Chase Mix)
Remix – Tiger Roberts, Shayne Tony Shayne
2Fess Up O.J. (Big Apple Jazzy Re-Mix With Latin Vocal)
Vocals – Carlos "Kid Assazzin"
3Fess Up O.J. (Club Mix)
Mixed By – Carl J.
4Fess Up O.J. ("I Think He's Innocent" Version)
Producer [Additional] – Tiger Roberts
5Fess Up O.J. (Radio Version With Hysteria Intro)4:19


  • Edited ByCarl J. , Pat Yaeonne, Ron Ivan Staley
  • Mixed By, Edited ByGeorge Laif
  • Producer [Additional]Carl J. (tracks: A2, B2)
  • Vocals [Lead]Jennifer Bell
  • Vocals [The Judge]Will Jones
  • Written-ByArtie Grayson, Jr., Big Mike , Delores Bell, Kimberly Ford, King Al Heath, Toya
  • Written-by, Vocals [Background], EngineerShayne Tony Shayne
  • Written-by, Vocals [Rap], Edited ByTiger Roberts

Short intro

Jury sequestration is the isolation of a jury to avoid accidental or deliberate tainting of the jury by exposing them to outside influence or information that is not admissible in court. In such cases, jurors are usually housed at a hotel, where they are not allowed to read the newspaper, watch television, or access the Internet, and may have only limited contact with others, even each other. By design, a sequestered jury has only limited access to the outside world. So while making crucial decisions on evidence and arguments, the judge also has to plan the jury's day-to-day lives. Story highlights. The jury in Bill Cosby's trial is sequestered away from the public. I have to be trial judge and also activity planner here, the judge says. CNN Amid tense cross-examination on Tuesday of Andrea Constand, the woman who testified that Bill Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her, Judge Steven O'Neill called for a pause to the questions and spoke quietly to. According to the Los Angeles Times, the City of Los Angeles put up the 12 jury members and two remaining alternates for 265 days at the Hotel Inter-Continental, which is now called the Omni Los Angeles Hotel, according to hotel website Oyster. At the beginning of the trial in January 1995, Judge Lance Ito requested the jury to be fully sequestered and gave the 12 jurors and 12 alternates two days notice to pack their bags before they were to be housed in a secret location, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. We will try to make this something less experience of incarceration, but it won't be a picnic, Ito told the jury, according to the newspaper. What It Was Like When O. Simpson Jury Spent 8 12 Months Sequestered. Rachel StockmanMar 22nd, 2016, 9:57 pm. The group made up of 10 women, and 2 men - spent 8 12 months sequestered - half as long as the time O. Simpson himself was incarcerated before and during his episode depicts the jurors growing frustrated, suffering from cabin fever, and growing upset after barely having any contact with their friends and families. Yes, all of that happened in real life. What were the living conditions like Jurors were sequestered for 8 12 months. They stayed at a hotel five blocks from the courthouse. Being sequestered means staying in a hotel with strict limits on your personal movement, on what you can read and watch, and on your communication with friends and family. The confinement and isolation can take a heavy toll on jurors as a trial drags on, ratcheting up the pressure to reach a verdict, according to experts. Gayle Barnes, who was part of the jury for the Jerry Sandusky child-abuse trial, which was sequestered during deliberations, said its particularly painful to not be able to process sometimes-disturbing testimony with your spouse. Her advice to jurors: Take pictures along of your family, just so you know your family is there with you. The Simpson jury was the longest-sequestered jury in United States history and it occupied an entire floor of the hotel. The stress produced weight gains and headaches, jurors later reported. Being on a sequestered jury is not unlike being in a medium-security prison, said Paula L. Hannaford-Agor, director of the Center for Juries Studies at the National Center for State Courts. The hotels are just not that good. Up until the 1970s, many state courts routinely did that, until rising costs became a concern. Crawford said the frustrations of confinement could have played a part in the fact that the Simpson jury took only one day to reach its decision to acquit him. Welcome to The Sequestered, and congratulations on your short Pas De Deux. 15, in two weeks. Simpson murder trial upon their release from custody after being sequestered for almost a year. A look at the. A Jury in Jail certainly delivers on the title. We know, of course, the verdict theyre going to reach, but its certainly fascinating to explore the behind-the-scenes melodrama that may have led up to it. Theyve been sequestered for eight months, after being told it would only be two. No TV. No phone. Jury sequestration - when jurors are kept away from the public - is a seldom-used strategy defense attorneys can request to prevent jurors judgment from becoming tainted by media coverage or other outside influences. In February, Cosbys defense team asked to move the trial to a faraway county, complaining that the entertainer wouldnt get a fair trial here - or anywhere - because of unrelenting media coverage. ONeill hasnt announced details about what restrictions the sequestered jurors will endure, although he has forbidden reporters and the public from communicating with them, and anyone from revealing their names