Jurors are back in court this morning for their ninth day of deliberations in the landmark clergy sex-abuse trial of two Archdiocese of Philadelphia priests.
They started an hour behind schedule after a juror showed up late.
They began the day with Common Pleas Court Judge M. Teresa Sarmina re-instructing them on the landmark conspiracy and child endangerment charges against Msgr. William J. Lynn, the archdiocese's former secretary of clergy.
It appears that based on their questions the jurors have changed their focus to Lynn after considering attempted rape charges against his codefendant, the Rev. James J. Brennan.