Juror B-37, who gave the first behind-the-scenes look at jury deliberations in the George Zimmerman murder trial, was practically a perfect defense juror, a consultant for the defense says, and he is surprised the prosecution didn't strike her.
"This is someone we were never going to strike," jury consultant Robert Hirschhorn told CNN's Erin Burnett Tuesday. "This juror had my absolute highest rating. I had this juror down as a "P.S." – or prosecution strike."
Juror B-37, who spoke to CNN's Anderson Cooper
anonymously Monday night, is the mother of two grown daughters, once had a gun permit, and her father is a military veteran. She said she gave credence to law enforcement officers.
Typically, a juror who trusts law enforcement above the general population is someone the defense wants to strike, Hirschhorn said, "but we knew that the law enforcement would be good jurors for George Zimmerman."
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