By Emile Hallez
Jurors in Bruco Eastwood’s attempted-murder trial displayed an unusual collective behavior during the second week of proceedings, donning uniform colors of clothing every day.
On Sept. 26, each of the jurors walked into the courtroom wearing a shade of purple. The move raised a few eyebrows, though prosecutors and public defenders didn’t mention anything to Judge Christopher Munch.
The following day, it was green. On Sept. 28 it was blue, then gray.