John Edwards trial: Grey areas abound for jurors


By Alexis Tereszcuk – Radar Entertainment Editor The jury who will decide the fate of former vice presidential candidate John Edwards finished their sixth day of deliberations on Friday, but one alternate juror is garnering a lot

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

Jurors have the holiday weekend off in the John Edwards trial, and are slated to begin their seventh day of deliberations Tuesday. On Friday afternoon, the judge abruptly cleared the courtroom, consulted with attorneys, then sent the jury home.

As the jury in the John Edwards trial continues to deliberate, it's making the news — not for arriving at a verdict, but because a female juror has been flirting with Edwards. Surprising, we know.

As the jury in the John Edwards trial continues to deliberate, it's making the news — not for arriving at a verdict, but because a female juror has been flirting with Edwards. Surprising, we know.

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