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Blagojevich trial: Judge will release tapes earlier

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Judge James Zagel has agreed to release the tapes and transcripts of government wiretaps at the end of the day they are played in court, instead of waiting until after the defense has cross-examined a witness about them.

That's good news for members of the press, who will not have to wait days to make the information public.

Zagel has called a one-hour lunch break. Court will resume at 1:15 p.m.

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