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This collection of documents was assembled at the request of the jury for the purpose of assisting them in reaching a verdict in the case of The People v. Jonathan Ludarac. It contains relevant aspects of the investigation leading to the aforementioned trial and a transcript of the pertinent parts of the trial itself. All of the content contained herein has been reviewed by legal counsel for both the prosecution and defense. All information has been verified to the most possible extent.
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The content of the documents contained here have not been altered in any significant way. Some statements in some documents have been deemed inadmissible by the judge. In these cases, the place of the statement or statements is replaced by a bold note indicating the omission.
To the twelve citizens who are tasked with determining the guilt of Jonathan Ludarac, may you find the truth in these unfortunate events. The citizens of the United States of America have placed their faith in you to assign guilt or lack thereof in this matter. Let justice prevail as the result of your efforts.
The defendant is innocent until proven guilty.
The charges are as follows:
I. Murder in the 1st degree: Dallas Gaines
II. Murder in the 1st degree: Jack Sitersin
III. Murder in the 1st degree: Cullen Krast
IV. Murder in the 1st degree: Vincent Bates
V. 4 Counts: Conspiracy to commit murder
in the 1st degree
VI. Abuse of a minor: Cooper Ludarac
VII. Abuse of a minor: Kayla Ludarac
VIII. Domestic Abuse: Dana Ludarac
IX. Other (Filled in by jury if deemed necessary):
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