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We have breaking news in the John Edwards campaign corruption trial we are now hearing that a member of the jury has just passed.
A note to the judge.
As deliberations stretched into their eighth day.
Jonathan Serrie is live outside the courthouse in Greensboro, North Carolina Jonathan what happened here.
I Trace apparently there have been two notes that -- -- the judge the latest came around 245.
This afternoon prompting a meeting between attorneys on both sides of this case it was a closed door meeting in ordinarily when the judge -- these notes.
She discusses them in open court and we yet.
Some idea at least to the general nature of the note she did not do so in this latest case now but earlier note was passed to the judge.
Just before the jury broke for lunch apparently.
One of the jurors wanted to meet with the attorneys in this case once again that note.
Prompted a meeting between the judge and lawyers on both side.
It's unclear whether the juror in question was able to meet with the lawyers or if the judge simply.
Presented his concerns to the lawyers on both sides now.
We don't know what this particular jurors' concerns work however these developments occur a day after judge Catherine Eagles.
Admonished the jurors.
Not to discuss the case outside the courtroom and took only discuss the case went all twelve jurors -- were present now while there's no official.
Confirmation of this some legal experts have speculated.
-- perhaps there was a complaint from one of the jurors that some members of the panel were discussing the case after hours and in small groups indicating that.
Perhaps there's some dissent on the jury panel but yet again.
This is all just speculation what we do know.
-- made -- notes were passed to the judge today one just before the jury broke at noon because it sure wanted to meet with the lawyers.
In this case and the second note.
Occurring mid afternoon.
The judge not discussing what that note was about but the deliberations continue.
As we speak Trace.
-- live for -- outside the courthouse -- back to you with any breaking developments there meantime a senior.
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