One of the intriguing aspects of the jury system is that juries have a mind of their own.
The ABC is reporting that it too just a cursory 90 minutes for an ACT Supreme Court jury to decide the AFP’s David Fearnside was not guilty of inappropriately using capsicum spray:
The prosecution alleged Fearnside acted out of arrogance and to punish her.
But his defence counsel argued it was his duty to spray her to stop her from harming herself.
Now will he get reinstated?