Sunday, March 19, 2006

Enron

The prosecution case in the trial of Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling continues today after a long weekend.  The Houston Chronicle here has a story on the cross-examinations by defense counsel and how they are bringing in portions of their case through the cross-examination.  Typically, defense counsel has a theme throughout a trial and inserts that theme in the opening statement, every cross-examination, and then in the defense if they present one.  And Carrie Johnson at the Washington Post has a wonderful story here analyzing some of the recent testimony like Sherron Watkins. (see here).

Houston Chronicle provides the websites for the defense and prosecution exhibits that have been admitted to date. (see here)  (defense) (prosecution).

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