About Juror #11 by Katrina Robertson
This is the story of my journey of serving as a jury member for a murder trial in which I end up with my own charges and hearing and a mistrial is granted in the murder trial. It is a hellish five months of my life recorded in a diary format as I also struggle with devastatingly hard events with my children as well. Children who we adopted from foster care and come from trauma backgrounds. It’s a vulnerable look into my life and the back-scene events of a murder trial and justice system from a juror’s perspective.
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Katrina calls Hot Springs, Arkansas home. She graduated from Ouachita Baptist University with a degree in accounting in 1999. With that, she worked in public and private accounting for several years before she decided to obtain her licenses in the securities industry and become an investment advisor. She’s been working with a local wealth management company since 2007 where she serves as their Chief Compliance Officer.
She has volunteered in many capacities to advocate for children in the foster care system and plays an active role in her church and community. She and her husband adopted three boys, two from foster care and one as an adult, they also have two biological children and countless others she is a “mom” to in some capacity.
Her children are now, for the most part, grown and she likes to spend her free time reading (especially memoirs) and lounging with her puppies in her favorite recliner.