Ex-Detroit mayor's corruption case in hands of jury
It's now up to a federal jury in Detroit to weigh five months of trial testimony from more than 80 witnesses to decide the fate of former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, his father and a former city contractor in the biggest corruption probe to face the city in decades.Full Story
#1 Feb 18, 2013
Tomorrow begins the fun, not fun for those jurors.
Experts predict two weeks deliberation. Anyone who has been in a jury situation knows that consensus is hard to come by. The most obvious point will have a few that disagree. With so many points to discuss, it could take a month before boredom and disgust force jurors to converge on a verdict or agree to disagree(hang).
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