Rafael Olmeda reports:
Jurors who raised concerns about the availability of their personal information prompted a mistrial in a Broward murder case earlier this week.
Jeffrey Chidsey, 30, was about to go on trial Wednesday for second-degree murder in the 2009 shooting death of Cameron Fritzson outside a Davie pool hall. But one of the jurors had a question that would prove to derail the proceedings.
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