Trying to read tea leaves in trial

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Trying to interpret the signals during deliberations in the child sex-abuse trial of two Archdiocese of Philadelphia priests may be a fool's errand, experts say. What was clear after one week was that the jury was immersed. "This is a jury that's been asking a lot of questions, which means that they are engaged," said Edward Ohlbaum, a professor at Temple's Beasley School of Law.