Jurors in Britney Spears Trial Speak Out: Evidence Was Weak
"It was a very weak case," said juror Veronica Jones to the Associated Press. "I wasn't convinced that he had a real case, a real strong case. I kept wondering how it got this far."
Fellow juror LaJuan Collins echoed Jones' sentiments, saying she felt there was a lack of evidence and that the case Sam presented seemed "inconsistent each day."
Both jurors also expressed sympathy for the pop princess and her family. The case seems to have given everyone involved a new appreciation for "the high price of fame."
"This could be any family," Collins said. "I feel they did the right thing. They were trying to save their daughter. I would rather go to work every day than have my daughter go through all that."