John Edwards trial: Grey areas abound for jurors


UPDATE: The judge just cleared the courtroom of press and public to discuss a "jury matter"

Updated at 4:49 p.m. ET: The jury in the campaign finance corruption trial of former presidential candidate John Edwards signaled Thursday that it may not be near a verdict.

By Michael Biesecker | AP John Edwards, former Democratic presidential candidate and US senator, left a federal courthouse in Greensboro, NC, on Friday with his mother, Bobbie. GREENSBORO, NC – The judge in the John Edwards trial abruptly closed the

John Edwards leaves a federal court during the fifth day of jury deliberations in Greensboro, NC, Thursday, May 24, 2012. Edwards has pleaded not guilty to six counts related to campaign finance violations over nearly $1 million from two wealthy donors

By Michael Biesecker | AP John Edwards, former Democratic presidential candidate and US senator, left a federal courthouse in Greensboro, NC, on Friday with his mother, Bobbie. GREENSBORO, NC – The judge in the John Edwards trial abruptly closed the

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