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Jury Expected to Get Enron Trial

The jury is expected to finally get the Enron fraud and conspiracy case today, after a two-hour final rebuttal this morning from the government. Houston Public Radio’s Ed Mayberry reports. Aired 5/17/06 during the KUHF Morning Business Report. Prosecutor Sean Berkowitz has been allotted up to two hours and nine minutes to deliver the government’s […]

The jury is expected to finally get the Enron fraud and conspiracy case today, after a two-hour final rebuttal this morning from the government. Houston Public Radio’s Ed Mayberry reports. Aired 5/17/06 during the KUHF Morning Business Report.

Prosecutor Sean Berkowitz has been allotted up to two hours and nine minutes to deliver the government’s rebuttal, and then U.S. District Judge Sim Lake will hand the case over to the jury. The eight women and four men, plus alternates, listened to three-and-a-half months of testimony.

Skilling’s attorney Daniel Petrocelli spent three hours and 20 minutes giving his last words in defense of his client and Enron founder Ken Lay.

Skilling said it won’t be easy waiting on a verdict.

The defense contends there is no proof that their clients committed crimes at Enron.

Ed Mayberry, Houston Public Radio News.

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Ed Mayberry has worked in radio since 1971, with much of his early career as a rock’n’roll disc jockey. He worked as part of a morning show team on album rock station KLBJ-FM, and later co-hosted a morning show at adult rock station KGSR, both in Austin. Ed also conducted...

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