Thirty-five-year-old Isa (EE'-suh) Logan is a bank employee and deacon in his independent West Philadelphia church.
He's the foreman of a jury that convicted Monsignor William Lynn on Friday over his handling of sex-abuse complaints at the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
The 61-year-old Lynn faces 3-1/2 to five years in prison for felony child endangerment, and is now in custody after his bail was revoked. He's been acquitted of two other counts.
Lynn insists he took orders from his superiors, and says only the archbishop could remove priests from ministry.
Logan says deliberations got tense over 13 days, but says jurors worked with open minds.