Source: Doug Stanglin / USA Today
A juror in the George Zimmerman trial said Tuesday she is dropping plans to write about her account of the controversial case.
The juror, still known only by her court designation as juror B-37, issued the statement less than 24 hours after her new literary agent, Sharlene Martin, had announced plans for a book co-authored by the juror’s husband, who is an attorney.
Martin tweeted the juror’s change of plans Tuesday and also announced that she had decided to rescind her offer of representation.
The juror said in her statement that the isolation of being sequestered “shielded me from the depth of pain that exists among the general public over every aspect of this case.”
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