Tom DeLay's Jury Asks Questions, Judge Thinks They Are Sidetracked
The jury in Tom DeLay's money laundering trial had a lot of questions for the judge today. The judge isn't happy. He thinks they are focusing on things outside the trial.
"I'm afraid you may be getting away from the decisions you must make," Priest told the jurors.
What kind of answer is that? Team DeLay views the questions as a good sign:
"They are zeroing in right on the weaknesses of the state's case," said Dick DeGuerin, DeLay's lead attorney.
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