Excerpt of trial transcript from United States of America v. Charles T. Unkle, Docket Number: 98-398, January 28, 1999. (Court reconvened at 4:18 p.m. out of the presence of the jury.)
• The Court: Ladies and gentlemen, we have a verdict.
• Mr. Christopher Kron is the Foreperson.
• Please bring in the jury.
• (The jury entered the courtroom at 4:20 p.m.)
• The Court: Mr. Kron, I understand you are the Foreperson and the jury has reached a verdict.
• Jury Foreman: We have.
• The Court: If you will hand the packet to Officer DeStefani. And will you, officer, hand it to Mr. Heede? Mr. Heede will you please publish the verdict.
• Mr. Heede: United States District Court, Southern District of Florida, case number 93-398, criminal, Seitz. United States of America versus Charles T. Unkle.
• Verdict: We the jury find the defendant as to Count 1, not guilty; as to Count 2, not guilty; as to Count 3, not guilty, so say we all. Dated January 28, 1999. Signed, Christopher Kron, Foreperson.
• The Court: I believe now I have to formally adjudicate Mr. Unkle as not guilty, I believe. In the matter of United States versus Charles T. Unkle, case number 98-398 CR, Seitz, based on the verdict of the jury, I find you not guilty as to Count 1, not guilty as to Count 2, and not guilty as to Count 3. Sir, you are free to go.