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IrelandAna Kriegel murder trial: Jury sent home for evening after more than 11 hours deliberating

19:05  17 june  2019
19:05  17 june  2019 Source:   independent.ie

Ana Kriegel murder trial: Jury retires for day after 30 minutes of deliberations

Ana Kriegel murder trial: Jury retires for day after 30 minutes of deliberations Ana Kriegel murder trial: Jury retires for day after 30 minutes of deliberations , a jury in the trial of two boys accused of murdering Ana Kriegel has retired for the day and will resume in the morning. In his closing address to the jury, Mr Justice Paul McDermott said this was an "unusual case" , involving two juveniles accused of the murder of another, who was only 14 years old. He said the jury must "clinically" and "forensically" examine the evidence.

A JURY in the trial of two boys accused of murdering schoolgirl Ana Kriegel has been sent home for the evening after deliberating for nearly 11 and a half hours . The jury of eight men and four women will resume their deliberations tomorrow morning at 10am.

A JURY in the trial of two boys accused of murdering schoolgirl Ana Kriegel has been sent home for the weekend after deliberating for over seven hours . The jury of eight men and four women will resume their deliberations on Monday morning at 10am. This morning, the jury had requested to see

Ana Kriegel murder trial: Jury sent home for evening after more than 11 hours deliberating Ana Kriegel

A JURY in the trial of two boys accused of murdering schoolgirl Ana Kriegel has been sent home for the evening after deliberating for nearly 11 and a half hours.

The jury of eight men and four women will resume their deliberations tomorrow morning at 10am.

The co-accused, who were aged 13 at the time, have pleaded not guilty before the Central Criminal Court to the murder of 14-year-old Ana Kriegel at Glenwood House, Laraghcon, Clonee Road in Lucan on May 14, 2018.

The first accused, known as Boy A, has also denied a charge of aggravated sexual assault.

It is the prosecution case that Boy B "lured" the schoolgirl to the derelict farmhouse and watched as the other boy sexually assaulted and murdered her.

Jury in Ana Kriegel trial to resume deliberations this morning

Jury in Ana Kriegel trial to resume deliberations this morning The jury is expected to continue its deliberations at 10am.

THE jury in the trial of two boys accused of murdering schoolgirl Ana Kriegel will return Referred to as Boy A and Boy B, the accused have each pleaded not guilty to murdering Ana at Most read in news. CHILL ON. 'Hazardous driving conditions' alert as weather charts show strong weekend winds.

The jury in the trial of two boys accused of the murder of Ana Kriegel went home on Monday without a verdict. Justice Paul McDermott suspended deliberations for the day, with the eight men and four women of the jury having spent 11 hours 24 minutes considering a verdict so far. On Friday, the jury

The trial has been ongoing for seven weeks.

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The jury was sent out by Mr Justice Paul McDermott to consider its verdict just before lunchtime last Wednesday.

The jury has now been deliberating for 11 hours and 24 minutes.

This afternoon, Judge McDermott recalled the jury just after 3pm and sent them home for the evening.

The judge again told the jury that the same advice applied in relation to ignoring all media reports. He also told jurors not to speak to anyone about the trial.

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