Feuding Jurors Given Weekend Off in Tyco Corruption Trial

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The judge in the corporate corruption trial of two former Tyco executives sent jurors home for the weekend after they said their deliberations were irreparably compromised by quarreling. Jurors received permission from state Justice Michael Obus to leave early and return Monday to continue deliberations. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Nancy Solomon, who has been covering the Tyco trial for NPR.



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