“The chance of him being convicted are great”: Jonathan Majors is Doomed to Face a Rigged Jury, Claims US Attorney

Jonathan Majors might await a doomed fate due to a rigged jury.

"The chance of him being convicted are great": Jonathan Majors is Doomed to Face a Rigged Jury, Claims US Attorney

SUMMARY

  • After months of gathering evidence and legal proceedings, jury deliberations finally began in the trial of the Marvel star, Jonathan Majors.
  • However, due to a late start, after two hours of deliberation, the jury was discharged without reaching a decision.
  • US attorney Mark Nicholson implied that Jonathan Majors might face a doomed fate since the jury was discharged without reaching a decision.
Show More
Featured Video

The Creed III actor Jonathan Majors, facing charges of assault and domestic violence following an alleged fight between him and his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari, is still waiting for a verdict. Despite his recent trial, the jury left for the day without reaching a decision on the actor’s fate. 

Advertisement
jonathan majors-1
Jonathan Majors

There appears to be a jury deliberation that almost hints at Jonathan Majors’ doomed fate and a year behind bars considering his four misdemeanor charges. According to US attorney Mark Nicholson, this delay in reaching a decision could gravely affect the final verdict, due to a rigged system. 

Also read: “He’s an OG”: The Only Original Avenger Jonathan Majors Wants Kang to Fight in Secret Wars

Advertisement

Jury deliberations on Jonathan Majors’ Trial

After Jonathan Majors was accused of domestic violence following his alleged fight with his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari in March 2023, the actor was faced with charges after being dragged to the Manhattan court. After months of gathering evidence and legal proceedings, jury deliberations finally began in the trial of the Marvel star. 

jonathan majors
Jury deliberations finally began on Majors’s trial

However, after a two-week trial including 15 witnesses, video surveillance footage, 911 audio, and alleged text messages, when the jury finally reached the process of deliberations, the court was adjourned for the weekend. According to Deadline, due to a late start, after two hours of deliberation, the jury was discharged without reaching a decision. 

Jonathan Majors as Kang in the MCU
The jury was released for a weekend break without reaching a decision

The NYC panel is again expected to be back in court to resume their discussion behind closed doors, on 18 December 2023. This particular situation of starting two hours late and adjourning the court and the jury for the weekend has been analyzed by US Attorney Mark Nicholson. The legal professional believes the delay might gravely affect Jonathan Majors’ fate. 

Advertisement

Also read: A Jonathan Majors Kang Variant May Have Helped Tony Stark Build His $80 Billion Fortune

Jonathan Majors Might Await a Rigged Jury

According to US attorney Mark Nicholson who shared a video on his YouTube channel, implied that Jonathan Majors might face a doomed fate since the jury was discharged without reaching a decision. Almost implying how the weekend break could rig the jury and affect the trial, Nicholson mentioned that Majors might face a year behind bars considering his four misdemeanor charges. 

I thought for sure, they would have come up with a verdict on Friday. And they did not. They deliberated and the judge released him to go home, and now they [the jury] are released to their own devices. Yes, they are admonished to not do any kind of research…but they are policing themselves…so I would anticipate, they’re probably going back and looking at information on the internet, going to biased websites that paint him so guilty and that is going to affect their opinion.” 

Jonathan Majors in New York Court
US Attorney implied that Jonathan Majors might face a rigged jury

Discussing the issues with the jury being released without reaching a decision, Mark Nicholson stated that the jury might have the possibility of getting rigged. Stating how curiosity can drive a few members of the panel to look things up on the internet, the US attorney mentioned that it could ultimately affect their opinion and eventually Jonathan Majors’ fate. 

Advertisement
Jonathan majors
Mark Nicholson believes Jonathan Majors’ fate relies on a rigged jury

What this means is some people believe he’s guilty, that’s why they can’t come up with a verdict. So the chance of him being convicted are great. My opinion has not changed. I still think the verdict should be not guilty…however, because they did not reach a verdict, some people think he’s guilty, and they’re going to have the weekend to think about it…so their opinion of his guilt is going to probably get stronger.”

Addressing how the weekend break for the jury might affect the trial, Mark Nicholson pointed out how Jonathan Majors might get convicted due to a rigged jury. 

Read more: “Crazy, drunk, lying, gold-digging, girlfriend”: Jonathan Majors Fans are Outright Demonizing Grace Jabbari Before Trial Verdict

Avatar

Written by Krittika Mukherjee

Articles Published: 1736

Krittika is a News Writer at FandomWire with 2 years of prior experience in lifestyle and web content writing. With her previous works available on HubPages and Medium, she has woven over 1700 stories with us, about fan-favorite actors, movies, and shows. Post-graduate in Journalism and Honors-graduate in English Literature, when this art enthusiast isn't crafting your next favorite article, she finds her escapism in coffee, fiction, and the Wizarding World.