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According to multiple reports, US District Judge Alison J. Nathan told jurors on Wednesday that Ghislaine Maxwell, an alleged accomplice of Jeffrey Epstein, is considering his fate in a sex trafficking trial, if they don’t reach a verdict in advance, they should be sent on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Eve. Must work on the day of the year.

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Juries in Manhattan federal court sent Nathan a note Wednesday morning when he resumed deliberation asking whether he should work on holidays, and Nathan replied that they would, as long as they did not do so. They won’t have “considerable difficulty”. The Associated Press,

On Tuesday, Nathan extended the jury’s daily working time by an hour, citing the increase in the number of Covid-19 cases in the city, saying that “this way is to both give the jury as much time as they need and avoid The best chance. Mystical,” the new York Times Reported.

Juries also requested transcripts of the testimony of several witnesses on Wednesday: Elizabeth Loftus, a memory expert, Amanda Young and Jason Richards, two FBI agents in the Epstein-Maxwell case, Simberly Espinoza, Maxwell’s former assistant, and a person known only to was identified as Sean, a lover of the witness, identified only as Caroline, one of Maxwell’s alleged victims, according to ABC News,

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