There's some tension in the John Edwards trial — between the former senator and a female alternate juror. The alternate, who on Friday wore a "revealing red top with a single strap and and exposed right shoulder," is flirting
By Patrik Jonsson, Christian Science Monitor | 05/24/12 If 12 North Carolina jurors decide that former vice presidential nominee John Edwards is guilty of campaign fraud, it could be widely seen as part of a growing rumble of populist discontent with
One of the alternate jurors in the John Edwards case has reportedly been flirting with the former senator. The jury that will decide whether or not Edwards is guilty of misusing campaign donations has spent four weeks hearing arguments from both sides
UPDATE: The judge just cleared the courtroom of press and public to discuss a "jury matter"
For nearly four weeks, 16 jurors heard all the evidence in Edwards' case. After the closing arguments, Judge Catherine Eagles made the unorthodox decision to extend the service of the four alternate jurors, while the primary panel of 12 deliberated the