A Loud night breathing Juror and a ‘Creep’ Witness: A Juror’s Tackle Final Month’s Talc Trial.

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A Snoring Juror and a ‘Creep’ Witness: A Juror’s Take on Last Month's Talc Trial.

An alternate juror who went through a lengthy talcum powder trial last month said there was a "definite need" for Johnson & Johnson to put a caution label on their baby powder, but they didn't see enough evidence to convince them that it was Product caused the plaintiffs to develop ovarian cancer.

“There is enough there, you should definitely have a warning. It should be required, ”said Karen Smith, who said she served as an alternate juror in a trial in St. Louis, Missouri that resulted in a defense judgment. "Can I say it caused these women to have ovarian cancer?"

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