Sick Juror Postpones Deliberations

Kilpatrick Fraud Case on Pause

By Peter Neumann


Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick sits in court during an emergency bond appeal hearing in front of Judge Thomas Jackson at the Wayne County Third Circuit Court, Friday, August 8, 2008 in Detroit. Judge Jackson ruled that Kilpatrick could go free after spending Thursday night in jail but must post a $50,000 cash bond. After the judge ruled he violated terms of his release on bond, he is barred from any travel outside the state, and must wear an electronic tether.(AP Photo/Bryan Mitchell)

February 25, 2013

DETROIT, Mi. (My TV20 News at 10) --- When a juror had to go home sick this morning, deliberations in former Detroit Mayor's Kwame Kilpatrick's corruption trial came to a halt.

They'll resume their deliberations Tuesday morning.

Kilpatrick, contractor Bobby Ferguson and Kilpatrick's father Bernard are charged with fraud including taking kickpbacks and bribes.

The jury got the case a week ago.

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