After being kicked off a jury for arriving five minutes late, a troubled woman becomes obsessed with the verdict, which sent a woman her age to prison for life. As she fights to have the ... See full summary »

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Sally Linden
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Theresa Nichol
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Leonard Bast
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Danny
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Grace
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Anna
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Tom Sneed
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Aimee
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Lynn Maguire
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Peter Kahane
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Vincent Nichol
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Judge Isen
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Bobby Gordon
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After being kicked off a jury for arriving five minutes late, a troubled woman becomes obsessed with the verdict, which sent a woman her age to prison for life. As she fights to have the case reopened, her bond with the prisoner forces her to confront questions of guilt, justice and responsibility. A true story, Written by Anonymous

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11 October 2008 (USA)  »

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Murder on Her Mind  »

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real life based on Linda Spaldings point of view?
4 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

11 out of 12 Jurors found her guilty. She may not have pulled the trigger, but she was an accomplice. Guitly, Guilty Guilty.. What about Larry and his family? What do you suppose this is doing to them right now having this come up again? And this Author is making money off her book and TV movie on the crime. Will the movie focus on what kind of family the Haskers had or will it focus on what a terrible break the killing couple had, that they got caught. Haven't you heard? All the convicts in prison are innocent and they will tell you that if you ask them. maybe we should let all of them out? What about donating this money to the victims family and not spend time buttering up to a criminal. I read part of the book, what a crock of Sh--.


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