Questions sent to 600 people in Ore. murder trial



MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) — Attorneys in a Jackson County murder trial have mailed a questionnaire to potential jurors asking them to sound off on their views of the police, forensics and the justice system.

It’s rare for lawyers on both sides to mail such questionnaires to potential jurors.

About 600 people received the questions in the murder trial of 31-year-old William Simmons, the Medford Mail Tribune reported ( ).

Kaelin (KAY’-linn) Rose Glazier was a sophomore at South Medford High School when she disappeared in the Applegate Valley community of Ruch (ROOSH) in November 1996.

Her body was discovered in 2008 in a field near where Simmons lived at that time.


Information from: Mail Tribune,