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April 3, 2008
Smoke-shop case: Jury goes home for the day
PROVIDENCE -- The jurors deliberating the case against seven Narragansett Indians arrested during a state police raid on a tribal smoke shop have gone home for the night, according to a state judiciary news release.
Judge Susan E. McGuirl dismissed the jurors at 4 p.m. and told them to report back at 9:15 a.m. tomorrow to resume deliberations. The jury began deliberating Tuesday.
The judge and lawyers in the trial met in chambers for much of the morning, delaying the start of a third day of jury deliberations. McGuirl then gave the jurors instructions and urged them to listen and talk to each other, saying, "You need to keep your minds open."
Extra: More coverage of the trial.
-- projo.com staff writer Michael P. McKinney
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