Juror Contamination to Plaintiff’s Benefit

Can a juror’s mind be so committed to one side that the juror corrupts the deliberations of the other jurors? This was the scenario presented in a per curiam decision of the Appellate Division favoring plaintiff in Vecchiola v. Bloom, Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division, Docket No.: A-1331-11T4. In this case, plaintiff, Vecchiola […]

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