N.J. judge to rule on alleged bias
SOMERVILLE, N.J. -- The outcome of a 7-year-old manslaughter case against Jayson Williams now rests in the hands of a judge who will decide whether alleged racial bias and prosecutorial misconduct played a part in the retired NBA star's 2004 trial.
At the end of a hearing, state Superior Court Judge Edward M. Coleman told lawyers Thursday he would rule on the case, but he did not specify when.
In closing arguments, Williams' attorney blasted the prosecution as "out of control" ...
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