Former Attorney General Edwin Meese III will testify at Oliver North's Iran-Contra trial this week, but former President Reagan won't. U.S. District Judge Gerhard A. Gesell rejected North's bid to have Reagan appear in court Friday as the defense's first witness. Gesell, however, held out the possibility that Reagan might be called later, saying he wants a "succinct, particularized statement" from North's lawyers on what information they want to elicit from Reagan. The judge will then decide, after holding a hearing, whether the former president must testify.