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Doris O'Donnell describes the jury as "the most important people in Dr. Sam Sheppard's life." She reports they have been "solemn, attentive and alert" turning the trial. She relates that Sam, unlike the majority of other witnesses, "has turned in his witness box facing the jury directly. He speaks to them as though they were in his lecture class, and he expects fully undivided attention."
Doris O'Donnell, jury, Sam Sheppard
Cleveland News, "54/12/13 Grave Jury Masks Feelings" (1954). All Articles. 79.