Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 19, 1990 · Page 13
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Adventure starring Dennis Quaid. SCIFI * * l /z 9:55 p.m. — "High Plains Drifter." Western starring Clint Eastwood. AMC *** 10 p.m. — "Little Nicky." Comedy starring Adam Sandier and Patricia Ar- quette.TBS** 1 ^ Mistrial declared after juror insists on taking notes • PITTSBURGH (AP) — A judge declared a mistrial in a homicide case because a juror insisted on taking notes. Note taking was recently allowed in civil trials in Pennsylvania under an experiment, but ju- • rors are not allowed to take notes 'in criminal trials. Allegheny 'County Judge David R. Cashman said juror Lawrence Howard insisted that it was his right to take notes, even though Cashman tried to explain that rules of criminal procedure specifically prevent note taking by jurors. "He said it was his right to takes notes and by preventing him from taking notes, I was interfering with his job, which was to en- sure justice was being done," Cashman said Friday. "He was very adamant — very, very adamant" "It became clear that he had an agenda," Cashman said, explaining that Howard talked about the government persecuting people and asked who was going to look out for the defendant Howard said he had no agenda or preconceived notion about the case. The retired University of Pittsburgh professor of management and development said he was disturbed that jurors wouldn't have access to the court record. He said the record, though it may contain the exact words of testimony, might lack "contextual meaning." The case involved Rashad Hefflin, 22, of Pittsburgh, who is accused of shooting William Ghafoor, 48, in May 2001, following a traffic collision. Cashman declared the mistrial Tuesday during the pretrial phase, before testimony began. Howard had been observed writ- ing notes while in the jury room with other jurors present, Cashman said. Cashman said he's only had one or two other people ask to take notes during a criminal trial during the past 15 years. Despite the experiment in civil cases, Cashman does not believe jurors should be allowed to take notes in criminal cases. DELI DEPT CHIPPED LB. CLEVELAND BRAND BOLOGNA 1.99 PROVOLONE .LB WHOLE BAKED OR BBQ CHICKEN EACH SUBMARINES... EACH 1 • FRESH WHOLE ^ CHICKEN LB. PACK CHICKE DRUMSTICKS OR THIGHS LB. ONCOR REG., HOT. CHEESE CHICKEN STRIPS ICELANDIC COD FILLETS LB f BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP ROAST LB. BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP STEAK LB. WHOLE 6-9 LB. PORK BUTTS CUT IKTO STEAKS on ROASTS FBEK! SUPERIOR MT. BRAND JUMBO BOLOGNA BY PC LB. Illinois youth facility deemed unsafe for residents LEAN PORK BUTT POUND 1.19 LEAN PORK SHOULDER STEAK LB. 1.39 BONELESS LEAN PORK BUTT ROAST 1.49 LB. FRESH GROUND REG. OR HOT PORK ..LB. SLICED SKINNED & DEVEINED BEEF LANCASTER VALLEY ALL MEAT FRANKS BAKERY & DELI • PH. 254-0445 1 IO9 SAVE '1.00 LB. 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The children at Maryville Academy's City of Youth residential center in suburban Des Plaines will be moved to other Illinois facilities within 90 days, state officials said Friday. "Maryville has had chance after chance to solve its problems," Bryan Samuels, director of the state Department of Children and Family Services, said at a news conference. "This is not a safe environment for our kids, particularly the most vulnerable of these kids." The campus, more than a century old, has attracted celebrity benefactors including the late Chicago Cubs announcer Harry Caray and Who guitarist Pete Townshend. As Samuels spoke, several dozen Maryville supporters gathered outside. "I think it's a tragedy, and I feel that it's a shame they made Maryville to look like a dangerous place," said Ron Brooks, 46, a resident of the campus as a youth who now works there as a family educator. James Guidi, Maryville's program and clinical manager, said he and other Maryville officials had started to fix the facility's problems, and would have worked with state authorities to move children who were not receiving appropriate care. "I think it's a very tragic decision," said Guidi, who began the day-to-day supervision of Maryvilie in July. "It's going to disrupt 130 children's lives." The state will resume sending children to the Des Plaines campus if the institution can correct its problems, officials said. The 120-year-old facility is run by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago. Its leader, Cardinal Francis George, issued a statement saying he regretted the state's decision but would help make the necessary changes. The facility has been under scrutiny for more than a year. Various monitors and critics have said its staff is not properly trained to deal with children with severe behavioral, mental and emotional problems. State-appointed monitors found problems with runaways, sex among youths, poor oversight and problematic reporting of incidents. Officials at Maryville and the child-welfare department confirmed this week that FBI agents are also looking into the suicide of a 14-year-old girl last year as well as possible Medicaid fraud. Maryville Academy's 20 other facilities in Illinois will remain open, department officials said. Guidi said five or six children sent to the facility by their parents will remain at the Des Plaines campus. (On the Net: unvw.maryvillea- LB. MAKE A DATE WITH THURSDAY'S CALENDAR PAGE

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