ATLANTA (WXIA) -- For six days and a total of 40 hours, jurors in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating trial have looked at evidence against the 12 educators accused of racketeering in the largest school cheating trial in the nation.
Of course, no one knows what is happening in the jury room, but we know jurors are looking through lots of documents.
Imagine this – there have been nearly 1 million documents presented in this case. The state has all of the CRCT examinations for students for several years in a locked room.
On Monday, jurors asked to look at tests from Dunbar Elementary School. Attorneys had to go into that locked room to get them – four huge binders filled with test pages.