DOJ 'Dropped The Ball' In 1st Wage-Fixing Case, Juror Says

By Bryan Koenig (May 20, 2022, 3:15 PM EDT) -- For juror number eight, the U.S. Department of Justice's first criminal prosecution of wage-fixing fell apart due to shaky evidence and weak testimony from government witnesses, including an FBI agent who said one of the defendants claimed to have been locked out of his phone when what the agent really meant was an iCloud account.

Trisha Kincaid wanted to convict. In fact, she told Law360 in an interview that she was one of the last two holdouts against acquittal, which she said was favored early on by a majority of the 12 people who on April 14 finally found the former...

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