This morning marked yet another rocky beginning in the triple first-degree murder trial of Charlie Wyne, who once faced a possible death penalty for a 2007 Lake Worth backyard massacre at the height of what authorities called a gang war.
Attorneys delivered opening statements in the case to a panel of 12 jurors and three alternates. But the start of the case, which was only supposed to take part of the morning, lasted until lunch time as Circuit Judge Richard Oftedal had to take several breaks to listen as lawyers in the case argued over what they could and could not tell jurors.
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