Judge Declares Mistrial in Tyco Case

A six-month long trial involving two Tyco executives ends in a mistrial. The judge cites outside pressure on a holdout juror. Prosecutors say they will seek a new trial against former Tyco executives Dennis Kozlowski and Mark Swartz. NPR's Nancy Solomon reports.



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