This third option happened last week in a trial in central Kentucky. After deliberating for two hours, the jury of nine women and three men came back to say they were deadlocked. Although the judge sent the jury back to deliberate further, two hours later they were back again, declaring that they were at an impasse that could not be resolved. The judge had no choice but to call a “hung jury,” based on their inability to reach a unanimous decision one way or the other.
|The late Larry Gilliam, Esq.|
Two months later, Lisa was indicted for Larry’s murder. She voluntarily surrendered to authorities.
|Lisa Gilliam mug shot, March 22, 2011.|
|Gilliam in trial last week.|