Martha Stewart

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Defense lawyers for Martha Stewart and her stockbroker will continue their assault on the credibility and motives of the prosecution's key witness on Monday.

There is no session today, giving jurors the weekend to contemplate e-mails sent out by brokerage assistant Douglas Faneuil. The correspondence mocks the domestic diva and describes her as rude.

The defense is trying to show Faneuil disliked Stewart and his testimony against her is a means of revenge.

Faneuil testified that his boss ordered him to pass Stewart a tip that led her to dump ImClone Systems stock and that he believed he'd be fired if he didn't lie to cover up the reason for the sale. Stewart says there was a prior agreement to sell the stock if it dropped to a certain price.

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