Conjugal visit details.
Public’s right to know?
I had always maintained that there was no such thing as a stupid question. If someone didn’t know something, they should ask. If I couldn’t answer their question, I would do my best to find out. That changed the day Court TV reporter Kristin Jeanette-Meyers asked me what the jurors did when they had conjugal visits (an accommodation Judge Ito made for jurors when they were sequestered).
I didn’t go into any more detail than that in Anatomy of a Trial, but I did tell a number of other Jeanette-Meyers tales in the book. She was the epitome of a piece of work, in my opinion.