Assistant State Attorney Taylor Loe walks while holding an Airsoft rifle in a clear evidence bag in the Plantation Key courthouse, Thursday, March 29, 2018. Jurors saw the weapon before it was placed into evidence, prompting Judge Sharon Hamilton to continue the trial with a new jury.
Assistant State Attorney Taylor Loe walks while holding an Airsoft rifle in a clear evidence bag in the Plantation Key courthouse, Thursday, March 29, 2018. Jurors saw the weapon before it was placed into evidence, prompting Judge Sharon Hamilton to continue the trial with a new jury. Photo by David Goodhue/dgoodhue@flkeysnews.com
Assistant State Attorney Taylor Loe walks while holding an Airsoft rifle in a clear evidence bag in the Plantation Key courthouse, Thursday, March 29, 2018. Jurors saw the weapon before it was placed into evidence, prompting Judge Sharon Hamilton to continue the trial with a new jury. Photo by David Goodhue/dgoodhue@flkeysnews.com

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