Thursday, September 20, 2007

Phil Spector Trial: Judge Fidler Tells Pros. Alan Jackson

that Jackson is speaking out of both sides of his mouth, but says he doesn't mean it in a derogatory way--pretty funny. This is in the midst of yet more arguing among Pros., Def., & Fidler as to how to draft a new instruction to replace ("pinpoint") Special Instruction #3, which Fidler decided yesterday should be tossed because part of it mis-states the law (& because the jury seems to be particularly hung up on it, which is just my opinion.) Meanwhile, the jury's been hanging around for almost 4 hours today, wondering when or if they'll be resuming their deliberations.

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