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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(Studio: Allan Chernoff) The mistrial in the case of former Tyco executives Dennis Kozlowski & Mark Swartz featured; courtroom sketches by Dale Dyer shown; details given about a threat against juror no. 4, whose identity had been revealed by the media & of the charges against the pair. [Jurors Peter McENTEGART, Adrienne McWILLIAMS- comment on the jury deliberations.] Statement from Manhattan district attorney Robert Morgenthau about seeking a retrial quoted. [Swartz attorney Charles STILLMAN- reacts to the judge's decision.]
(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live in-studio interview held with Columbia University law professor John Coffee about the mistrial decision. [COFFEE - sums up what happened after the threat to the juror; states the newspaper made an error in judgement in identifying an individual juror; assesses which side gains from the mistrial & predicts the defense will try to get a plea bargain; explains how the prosecution may streamline its case in the retrial.]
- Brown, Aaron;
- Chernoff, Allan
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