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September 02, 2008 

Jury Deliberations Begin in Roth Trial

The sixth and final day of the United States v. Roth arms export controls trial took place today in Knoxville, Tennessee. Following closing arguments, the case was sent by Judge Thomas Varlan to the jury. According to reports, the jury deliberated for several hours without reaching a verdict. Jury deliberations will continue tomorrow.

Update: The Knoxville News Sentinel story summarizing the closing arguments can be found here.

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