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-- John Edwards certainly looks at the jurors as they enter the courtroom a few of them wolf.
Occasionally returned -- gaze but most of them look away here and Shanahan a former federal prosecutor who's been sitting in on much of the trial has been.
Trying to read the expressions on the jurors' faces listen to him.
What we do notice is that a little bit that we didn't see the jurors.
That their heads are down.
Have serious look on their face.
And either that's they're just tired from -- -- being -- -- -- room for a number of days or maybe there's a little bit of dissension amongst the ranks.
-- Shanahan says the fact that the jurors have not requested any additional evidence from the prosecution.
Since Tuesday could -- indication that -- simply moved on to explore other counts but.
Again no one knows for sure except those jurors in that deliberation room he faces six counts each comes with a maximum of five years -- -- people have been adding them up.
To a worst case scenario of thirty years in prison but -- Shanahan was explained to me yesterday that under federal sentencing guidelines.
Similar charges are generally collapsed into one and so the very worst case scenario he could face if convicted would be five years and most likely it would be less than that of course if he loses.
His case at his lawyers have already.
Hinted at a possible appeal.
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