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Update: Cooper jury struggles to reach a verdict

11:04 AM, Jun. 22, 2013
A spectator at the Brian M. Cooper homicide trial hangs his head after Judge D. Todd Ehlers reads a hand-delivered question from the jury pertaining to intoxication and intent Friday night.
A spectator at the Brian M. Cooper homicide trial hangs his head after Judge D. Todd Ehlers reads a hand-delivered question from the jury pertaining to intoxication and intent Friday night.
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According to a note sent to Door Count Circuit Court Judge D. Todd Ehlers Saturday morning two jurors in the homicide trial of a Plainfield, Ill., man accused of strangling his pregnant friend at a Nasewaupee resort, are in dissent.

Brian M. Cooper, 36, is charged with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide and one count of third-degree sexual assault in the early morning Aug. 19 death of Alisha Bromfield, 21, and her unborn daughter.

Court was called back into session around 9:20 a.m., and Ehlers informed District Attorney Raymond Pelrine and defense attorney Shane Brabazon that ...

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