It's hard to say for sure without having watched the case being presented, but it seems to me there is reasonable doubt about Scooter Libby's guilt, and the longer the jury has been out, the more likely it has become that it will reach the same conclusion. The case turns on whether we think Libby's misstatements to a grand jury were lies or the result of faulty memory. Since many of the prosecution's own witnesses displayed less than perfect recollection, a "reasonable person" should have some doubts about Libby's willful intent.
But everything depends on whether the jury can even be sure of what reasonable doubt is:
In the note, the jurors asked for further explanation of the concept of reasonable doubt, suggesting possible uncertainty or even disagreement over the core standard by which they are to measure the evidence and testimony about Mr. Libby, the former chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney.
“We would like clarification of the term