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Europe · New York

Ghislaine Maxwell's sex trafficking conviction upheld as US judge refuses retrial

39% Center coverage: 108 sources
A juror failed to disclose his personal history as an abuse survivor on a questionnaire. Ghislaine Maxwell, a British socialite, was convicted in December of helping the millionaire Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse several teenage girls. Judge Alison J. Nathan declined to order a new trial weeks after questioning the juror.See the Story
Europe · New York

Ghislaine Maxwell juror regrets not disclosing sex abuse

59% Center coverage: 51 sources
The juror says he didn't mention it because he "skimmed way too fast" through the questionnaire. The juror told the judge Tuesday he had been repeatedly sexually abused at age 9 and 10. The judge granted the juror immunity before he answered questions for over a half hour.See the Story
US & Canada · New York

U.S. judge denies Ghislaine Maxwell's motion to toss sex trafficking conviction

45% Left coverage: 42 sources
Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted of sex trafficking girls for financier Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse. Judge Alison J. Nathan said in her written ruling that the jury's guilty verdicts were supported by extensive witness testimony and documentary evidence. Maxwell will be sentenced in late June on three of the five counts she was convicted on.See the Story
Europe · New York

Ghislaine Maxwell juror to invoke right against self-incrimination -lawyer

48% Center coverage: 29 sources
Juror No. 50 was among a dozen jurors to unanimously convict Maxwell in December. Prosecutors say they'll likely offer immunity to a juror in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial. The juror said he'll invoke his Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination.See the Story
Europe · New York

Judge set to question juror who convicted Ghislaine Maxwell

50% Center coverage: 24 sources
The juror, identified in court papers only as Juror No. 50, did several media interviews after the trial in which he revealed he'd been abused. Judge Alison J. Nathan intends to ask the juror why he failed to note his personal history on a questionnaire during the jury selection process.See the Story
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Why Johnny Depp WON'T LOOK at Amber Heard In Court - E! Online

42% Left coverage: 12 sources
Amber Heard has taken the stand for the final time today in her ex-husband Johnny Depp's $50 million defamation trial against her. Along with accusations of domestic abuse and sexual assault, today Heard made the claim that Depp had tried to actually end her life. The online fan petition to have her removed from the DCEU entirely is inching closer to its goal of 4.5 million signatures.See the Story
Europe · London

Prosecutors in Maxwell case say juror made 'honest mistake'

60% Center coverage: 10 sources
Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted in December of helping the late financier Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse multiple teenage girls from 1994 to 2004. The juror, known as Juror 50, later gave a series of media interviews in which he revealed the abuse and how it influenced his deliberations. Maxwell, 60, was convicted of sex trafficking and other charges after a monthlong trial.See the Story
US & Canada

Judge limits inquiry into juror at Ghislaine Maxwell trial

42% Center coverage: 7 sources
U.S. District Judge Alison J. Nathan said she'll question a juror on March 8 about his answers to two questions on a 50-question questionnaire. The purpose of her questions for the juror will be to determine if he has engaged in any misconduct warranting a new trial.See the Story
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Fact check: Ghislaine Maxwell scheduled to be sentenced in late June after sex trafficking conviction

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
A May 9 Facebook post claims Ghislaine Maxwell received a 10-year prison sentence for her crimes. But Maxwell is set to be sentenced in June, according to news reports. Maxwell faces a maximum sentence of 55 years in prison after she was found guilty of federal charges related to sex trafficking.See the Story

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