trmpac http://kut.org en Jurors Begin Third Day of Deliberations in DeLay Trial http://kut.org/post/jurors-begin-third-day-deliberations-delay-trial <p><strong>Updated at 11:50am: </strong>Jurors have asked yet another question, this time about the language of the conspiracy charge against Tom DeLay.&nbsp; Jurors wanted to know if DeLay had to agree to both parts of the alleged conspiracy -- both sending corporate money to the Republican National Committee and sending an equal amount of money back to Texas legislative candidates -- to be found guilty of conspiracy.&nbsp;</p> Wed, 24 Nov 2010 15:19:33 +0000 Matt Largey 331 at http://kut.org Jurors Begin Third Day of Deliberations in DeLay Trial Jury Deliberations Continue in DeLay Trial http://kut.org/post/jury-deliberations-continue-delay-trial <p><strong>Updated at 4:45pm: </strong>The jury has told Judge Pat Priest they are making headway in their deliberations, but they want to go home for the day.&nbsp; Lawyers on both sides are not objecting.&nbsp; Deliberations will resume tomorrow.</p><p><strong>Updated at 2:10pm: </strong>The jury in the Tom DeLay trial is still deliberating after a break for lunch.&nbsp; When they came back from the break, they submitted a long list of evidence they want to see in the jury room.&nbsp;</p> Tue, 23 Nov 2010 20:15:18 +0000 Matt Largey 321 at http://kut.org Closing Arguments in DeLay Trial http://kut.org/post/closing-arguments-delay-trial <p><strong>Updated at 5:35pm: </strong>After the jury asked several questions of the judge during their deliberations, Judge Pat Priest says he will send jurors home for the night, without weighing in on one of their questions.&nbsp; Deliberations will resume in the morning.</p><p><strong>Updated at 1:43 pm: </strong>Closing arguments have finished the case has been handed to the jury.</p><p><strong>Earlier: </strong>Lawyers in the&nbsp; trial of former U.S. House majority leader Tom DeLay are finishing their closing arguments today.&nbsp;</p> Mon, 22 Nov 2010 17:55:05 +0000 Matt Largey 314 at http://kut.org Closing Arguments in DeLay Trial