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Blagojevich trial: Near collision in the courtroom

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Sam Adam Jr. is pacing about in front of the lectern and starts asking another question that's been objected to already.

He just begins two words of his question and the prosecutor, a tall Christopher Niewoehner, already stands up to object. Because of Adam's constant movement the two are suddenly almost eye to eye -- two steps closer and they could have collided.

Adam's eyes bug out and he bobbles his head a bit.

"I withdraw," he smiles as courtroom erupts in laughter.

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