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Schenectady murder trial imperiled as juror becomes ill

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A more than two-week-long murder trial was imperiled Tuesday as a juror deliberating the case missed the day, telling court officials she was sick. The situation resulted in defense attorney Cheryl Coleman moving for a mistrial. It’s a motion that is expected to be considered again this morning, depending on the juror’s status. The delay came as deliberations in the murder trial of Emmanuel Martinez had already begun. But the one remaining alternate was excused ...

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