The jury that convicted former McKesson HBOC Chairman Charles McCall is now coming under scrutiny itself.

Last week U.S. District Judge William Alsup distributed to the parties juror questionnaires that had been filled out post-verdict. The judge flagged responses from one juror, in which she indicated that the foreperson — a Stanford Law School graduate — “helped” by clarifying what the term “reckless disregard” means, according to papers filed by McCall’s attorney, Michael Shepard of Hogan & Hartson.

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