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Judge James Zagel: Court is adjourned for the day

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Reporting with Natasha Korecki and Dave McKinney

After a 15-minute private conference with lawyers, Judge James Zagel came back and adjourned court for the day.

"I wish to announce that after a lengthy discussion about what we're going to do tomorrow and scheduling tomorrow, and considering the fact that it's 3:30, I have decided to adjourn," he said.5

Court will resume at 9:30 tomorrow.

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cme, no kidding! we have a judge all worried about wasting time, but the court doesn't work on Fridays, and leaves at 3:30! Bet that isn't "furlough" time! Hubby says a report on breaking news is that defense will rest tomorrow???????

9:30 - 3:30
What are they investment bankers?

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