At the end of today's session, it sounds like Stuart Levine was asked to wear a wire on Bill Singer -- who was involved in the sale of a downtown medical building -- but accidentally shut it off.
Levine was instructed by government agents to go to Singer's neighborhood and pretend he accidentally bumped into him. Before Levine could finish the story, the government objected to Joseph Duffy asking about one recording device that was in Levine's pocket.
“The questions are being asked as if there’s one device,” Chris Niewoehner objected, indicating there was more than one recording device.
The parties then went to a private side conversation and the judge dismissed jurors for the day.
But then, what's become typical in what's supposed to be a public trial -- lawyers and Judge St. Eve went to a secret sidebar again, even though jurors weren't in the room.
Maybe we'll find out Monday.