Jury gets 36 years

Sentenced today
Sandusky Register Staff
Jul 15, 2014

 

Brian Jury, the Groton Township man found guilty on multiple felony charges in connection with the November abduction and rape of a Lorain woman, was sentenced this afternoon to 36 years in jail.

After nearly two weeks of trial proceedings and a day and a half of deliberations, jurors found Jury guilty on two of the five rape charges leveled against him, as well as two counts of abduction and one count of felonious assault.

Notably, they found Jury not guilty on a charge of attempted murder.

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Comments

DickTracey

Well done, Erie County! Looks like Binette and Baxter did it right again. Good job!

Julie R.

Yeah, right.

bnjjad

It must be sad to be around you. Always negative.

Julie R.

Only on certain individuals.

God Of Thunder

I agree bnjjad.. Always about her.. Cry me a river...

tk

That's great.

doppleganger

GOOD! Bubba gonna git you, buddy!

WhatTheHeck

Good job Erie County Law Enforcement and Court system. Way to show Julie R. how to do things "by the book". Great job, team effort!

Julie R.

Yeah, right.

God Of Thunder

DITTO!!!!!! WhatTheHeck

Julie R.

A good judge goes "by the book" all of the time, not just some of the time.

chicken noodle

Hey Julie R. Want to buy a house bahahaha!

Julie R.

What house would that be? You mean the one in Huron that the common pleas court knew had serious defects in the title caused by the fraudulent transfer of the 1st owner's half prior to her death on a forged POA hidden in another county ~ which meant unless the fraud was acknowledged and the property put back into the correct owner's probate estate it couldn't be sold through normal channels with a clear title ~ so the court got around it by selling it at a sheriff sale through a partition action and a fraud preliminary judicial report?

No thanks, but do you? If so, just call up Maximal Properties LLC.

Justwow

Cut his head off

Seen it All

I hope he is forced to serve the entire sentence and not get any time off for good behavior. This man truly never needs to be out on our streets again. He knows the mistake he made, he let her live, and when he gets out he will be sure to kill his victims, as people like him can not be rehabilitated! With any luck,the coward will hang himself in jail like Castro.

indolent indiff...

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puppy

I was a juror on this particular jury....He is lucky he only got 36 years as most of us wanted to convict on the kidnapping charges but couldnt agree so he got a lesser charge of abduction ! Unless you saw ALL the evidence and heard all the testimony you can not speak on this case because what you read in the paper is only part, a little part of the story !

DickTracey

Puppy, do not pay any attention to such an insulting and immature comment. We thank you for your service and time. That had to be some very ugly testimony you sat through.

May I ask you a question, since you were there and have direct knowledge of this case? Can you tell us your thoughts on Judge Binette and Kevin Baxter? Do you feel these men were professional, honest and handled the prosecution and sentencing of Brian Jury in a fair way?

Obviously we all thought so, but there is one commenter who thinks they are corrupt, liars that forge documents and are unethical.

I'd love to hear your thoughts.

Julie R.

Character is doing what's right when no one is watching.

puppy

The testimony was VERY interesting to say the least, I know there are two sides to every story, but these stories were soooooo different ! I thought Both Mr. Baxter and Judge Binette as well as Mr. Bradley (defense attorney) were all professional, and FAIR and to be honest they thought we were as a jury as well. There were more than a few times things got heated,and there were a lot of tears, but in the end, we, the jury did what we had to do with the evidence at hand and did our civic duty. I think Mr. Jury has a big problem that he can work on in prison, as I am sure he will find GOD. I read where his "fiance" and victim both spoke at his sentencing. ( I was unable to be there )I dont know why the fiance is still around and I applaud Ms. Green for speaking against her attacker !! At the end of the day, I dont care what kind of person you are or what kind of drugs may be involved, no one deserves what happened to her !!!

Julie R.

"I thought both Mr. Baxter and Judge Binette as well as Mr. Bradley (defense attorney) were all professional, and FAIR .............."

Once again, character is doing what's right when nobody's looking. Character is what you know you are, not what others think you are.

"I think Mr. Jury has a big problem that he can work on in prison, as I am sure he will find GOD."

I know some others that would do good to follow that same advice.