Trial For Pulse Gunman's Widow In Second Week, Challenges Being Made

As the Orlando trial of the Pulse gunman's widow enters its second week (which began earlier today), prosecutors are challenging a defense motion that would make it harder to get a conviction on one of the charges against her.  

Noor Salman's lawyers want the judge to require a unanimous verdict on the charge of obstruction of justice.  

But, in a filing Sunday, prosecutors cited several federal cases where unanimity was not required for conviction.  

Salman is also charged with aiding and abetting her husband's attack at the Orlando nightclub in which 49 people were killed.

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