Stressed Out Stevens’ Jury Heads Home Early

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The jurors in the trial of Sen. Ted Stevens have just sent a note to the judge asking to go home early, after just four hours of deliberations.

“It’s kind of stressful right now, can we leave a little early? We need a moment of clarity,” the juror’s note read according to MSNBC.

As we reported earlier, today is the first day of deliberations in the historic trial of Stevens, who is the first sitting senator to ever be indicted.

Judge Emmet Sullivan acquiesced, letting the jurors leave early, the AP reports.