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Mistrial in Child Death

Prosecutor to decide whether to try again or drop charges

April 12, 2014

A mixup over medical records and a deadlocked jury forced Circuit Judge James Mazzone to declare a mistrial in the case against Edward Cole J....

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richardwhee

Apr-14-14 2:15 PM

Guilty, Not Guilty- I don't know. But anytime a child is involved they are anxious to prosecute, on firm ground or not.

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corgitoy

Apr-14-14 10:04 AM

I'm sure Ma and Pa Kettle will be haunted, alright. So much so that they balked at telling the police and the medical professionals what kind of drug the child may have taken. And their lawyer claiming that so many people had gone though the apartment that may have dosed the child. Is that place a Grand Central Station for dirtbags?

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bloomin

Apr-13-14 2:38 PM

I am not familiar with this case and have not heard of it prior to this article. But from what is stated here, it sounds like a tragic accident that the parents will be haunted with for life. From what is said here, it sounds like this father had taken precautions to prevent this in the past. I am very sorry for the family that has to live with this, and not convinced that the parents should be prosecuted.

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marhaba

Apr-12-14 10:17 PM

Typical of the Ohio county prosecutors office to think every accident deserves a felony conviction and prison.

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Beaverhausen

Apr-12-14 10:34 AM

Of what benefit could a new trial possible be? This was a horrible, horrible tragedy; the repercussions from the child's death will forever haunt these parents. What worse torment is there than to know you are responsible for your own baby's demise.

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justmytake

Apr-12-14 7:01 AM

"Attorneys failed to redact certain information from medical records before providing them to jury members, who read the information which was to have been removed."

Heaven forbid the jury receive ALL the information.

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