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February 22, 2008
Open In Case Of My Death, Take 2: Mark D. Jensen Found Guilty of First Degree Murder
I've written before about the Mark D. Jensen trial and how the Supreme Court of Wisconsin took the liberal view of the "forfeiture by wrongdoing" doctrine in allowing for the admission of a note that his wife gave to a neighbor that said that Jensen should be the first suspect if she died. Now, after about 32 hours of deliberations over three days, jurors found Jensen guilty of murder in the first degree.
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