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Day 1 of the Jury Trial, SCO v. Novell - Updated 2Xs - We Have a Jury

Mar 09, 2010, 17:36 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Pamela Jones)

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"Happily, cpeterson was able to attend this morning's session.

"Update: It looks like that will be all the news for today. They are keeping the public in the hall mainly, to fit all the prospective jurors in, so unless there is something unexpected, tune in tomorrow.

"Also, I see questions about what's hearsay within hearsay and things like that, so here are all the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure -- meaning the rules you follow for civil trials in federal district courts, and you'll find every other kind of applicable rule linked on the Utah District Court's Rules page. There are local rules as well, and then judges have their preferences, if you recall the judge's marching orders the other day. If you dig and learn something interesting, please share it in your comments. Thanks.

"His report on the morning session, Part 1:

"Good morning!

"We just got out of the early morning session.

"Brent Hatch, Stuart Singer, Ted Normand were at the table for SCO; Sterling Brennan, Eric Acker, and Michael Jacobs in for Novell.

"Judge Ed Cahn and Ms. Bonnie Fatell were present in the gallery.

"Judge Stewart started out by describing again the jury selection process - the potential jurors will be brought in, and the judge will ask questions from the list, with each potential juror standing to answer."

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