Monday, October 20, 2008

Stevens Trial Nearing Conclusion

It looks like the Ted Stevens case is nearing its conclusion as one seldom finds many, if any, witnesses following the testimony of the accused.  Ted Stevens took the stand at the end of last week and his cross-examination finished today. (see Joe Palazzolo and Mike Scarcella, Legal Times, Now, It's All About Stevens Senator takes stand?and spotlight?at his trial. Will it pay off?); Del Quentin Wilber, Washington Post, Sen. Stevens Wraps Up Testimony in His Trial, So far this trial has been riddled with problems for the government (see here and here). But for the accused, it is the final verdict that will make the difference.  Stay tuned.

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I bet all eyes will be glued to their television sets when judgment comes. I hope the court will render judgment for the betterment of all concerned.

Posted by: LAlawblogger | Oct 24, 2008 1:22:49 AM

Here's another TV spectacle to rival a World Series game. The verdict of this case is worth watching. With all media attention it received, I hope the verdict will be just as good for all parties concerned.

Posted by: LAlegaldefender | Oct 29, 2008 7:30:07 PM

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