At one point, it seemed as if a mistrial might be declared post-verdict in Philadelphia state court’s first hormone therapy trial after the court learned that one juror had threatened another with a detached table leg during deliberations.
But ultimately, the decision was made to have a second go-around in the Complex Litigation Center in January when defendant Wyeth revealed that one juror had failed to disclose a felony theft conviction during voir dire.
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