Juror’s Web postings scrutinized by judge

New trial at stake for NLR kidnapper

Posted: January 7, 2014 at 3:53 a.m.

Almost a month after a North Little Rock man was convicted of kidnapping, a judge in Pulaski County Circuit Court is considering whether a juror’s Facebook postings are misconduct or “musings” — a distinction that could overturn the verdict and life sentence imposed on Quinton Riley Jr.

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