Northern District of California Judge William Alsup reluctantly — and at times, testily — led a probe Tuesday that centered on the dynamics of having lawyers sit on juries.

And by the end of the brief hearing in the criminal case against former McKesson HBOC Chairman Charles McCall, Alsup seemed strongly inclined to give top marks to the San Francisco land use attorney who served as forewoman.

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