Has anyone ever heard of a wigmore? I am looking for the spelling. The judge used it describing troublesome jurors on a prospective jury panel.

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Greetings: It might actually have been Wigmore. There was a Harvard law professor who did a lot of writing about legal procedure in the mid-20th century, and he was actually very critical of the status quo in this area.

Blessings, Cathryn
Thank you Cathryn. I did some research on Google and his name did come up, but I was not sure. This is the second time it has come up, by two different judges, so I thought I had better inquire to see what it really means.

When I have an unfamiliar word, I check urbandictionary.com. If it's not there, then it usually isn't anywhere. Hope this helps.


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