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John Edwards Flirty Body Language With Alternate Juror My Come Back The outcome of Edward's trial is so serious that flirting and laughter. A young female alternate juror in the John Edwards trial, who has received a fair bit of media attention recently after allegedly flirting with. Such is the case at the John Edwards trial where, The Washington Post's Manuel Roig-Franzia reports, four alternate jurors (none of whom will.
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Share via Email John Edwards … don't be distracted by the wave, jurors. Sadly, as time has passed, the atmosphere in the Greensboro court and jury room seems to have disintegrated. According to reports, the alternate jurors and a couple of jurors showed up wearing matching red shirts and one alternate was described as openly flirting with Edwards.
Then the jury asked for so many exhibits the judge ended up giving them all And now they're sending the judge notes complaining they have other places to be, including high school graduations.
Alternate Juror Flirting With John Edwards?
On Wednesday Judge Catherine Eagles gave them a "stern talking-to" behind closed doors. But will that be enough? We've decided that what the John Edwards jury really needs is some advice — from us. This isn't high school, this is real life. Sit down and pay attention. There are six counts against the former senator and presidential candidate. Not sixty-six, and no, not six hundred and sixty. And they are all pretty straightforward.
Four of them are even the same — receiving illegal campaign contributions.
Jurors: Evidence elusive in Edwards case
The conspiracy and perjury that's "false statements" to you fit neatly into the narrative. Is he guilty or innocent? Take the process seriously.