Can’t be. Well, can’t be that he got convicted, not that he didn’t do anything wrong.
Actually, what is most interesting to me, having been booted immediately off of any jury that I’ve ever sat for, is the fact that they found jurors with the guts and understanding to be able to convict. In fact, in earlier versions of the NJ.com article, that sentiment was mentioned several times by the commenters.
So even with a horrific jury selection process, possible personal loyalties, rose-colored glasses and the possibility (we ARE in NJ, after all) of tampering, they voted to convict. Sweet.
Too bad we don’t have about 300 Chris Christie’s.