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Day 9 of the SCO v. Novell Trial - The Jury Gets to Learn About Earlier SCO Losses in Court

Oct 13, 2010, 12:34 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Let's continue with the second part of the events of Day 9 at the second SCO v. Novell trial, before the Hon. Ted Stewart, a continuation of this article, part 1, where you'll find the complete transcript as text. We ran out of space, so you may want to open up the previous article alongside this one, so you can follow along with the transcript.

"So we're still talking about the events on March 18, 2010. When we left off, Dr. Christine Botosan was on the stand, enduring cross examination by Novell's lawyer, Sterling Brennan. I do mean enduring, because she was very much on the defensive, and as you will see, it gets worse for her.

"We'll pick up the narrative right after the court has taken a break. When the judge returns, but before the jury is brought back, he brings up again his decision to let Novell mention the previous Judge Dale Kimball rulings against SCO in this case. SCO in its appeal is claiming it was error to let the jury hear about all that, so let's focus on that part especially.

"Here's the discussion right after the break:"

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