The charges did not fit the facts of the case…[O'Brien] never presented any evidence that Drew saw MySpace's Terms Of Service, let alone agreed to them. Furthermore, O'Brien's interpretation of the law would make criminals of us all. Shortly after the indictment, Orin Kerr, a George Washington University law professor who later volunteered as a pro bono attorney for Drew, noted, "Since everyone who uses computers violates dozens of different TOS every day, the theory would make everyone who uses computers a felon."The jury will reconvene at 9 a.m. to try to hash out that final charge and attempt to reach a unanimous verdict. Lori Drew Jury Nears Verdict on Three Charges, Struggles With Fourth [Wired] MySpace Jury Reaches Verdicts On Some Counts [L.A. Times] Thomas O'Brien's MySpace Hoax [Reason] Earlier: MySpace Trial, Day 1: Megan Meier's Last Words MySpace Trial, Day 2: Lori Drew Says, "It's Not Like I Pulled The Trigger" MySpace Trial, Day 3: Lori Drew's Daughter Speaks MySpace Trial, Day 4: Sarah Drew Says Megan "Was My Best Friend"