What bloggers are saying: end of first week of testimony.

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The Hater is unimpressed with the "Wayans Defense."

But in this amusing take Josh Levin at Slate thinks it's the "Shaggy Defense" they'll be teaching at law schools for years to come.

Over at VH1, Mark Muro is still scoring the trial like a baseball game. It's 2-1 to the prosecution after a good day for the defense, he says.

Finally, it was only a matter of time before Second City Cop weighed in on the Kelly trial. With his readers' help, he's been coming up with more Johnny Cochrane-style catchphrases for the defense. None are safe for a family newspaper's website, so you'll just have to click here to read them.

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Am I the only one bothered with a prosecution that says: it's okay for an adult woman to "admit" she was involved with a minor (ala menage-a-trois) and given amnesty to hopefully prosecute and convict a third person?? Where is the Chicago Tribune outrage and disdain that they've reserved for Mr. Kelly??

There is something wrong with this tactic if you ask me - the prosecution is creating a case - not presenting one.

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