Mid-Day Wrapup: “Loud Music” Murder Trial, Day Three

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Hey folks, The court moved through three witnesses this morning, including two evidence technicians and the Deputy who executed the Jacksonville arrest warrant on Michael Dunn at his residence the day after the shooting.

Before the trial proper started there was apparently an evidentiary issue that needed to be addressed. There existed a forensics photo that had a portion highlighted. Unfortunately, it was the wrong portion, so a second version was made. In confusion the first photo was admitted into evidence. It only took two highly educated lawyers and a presumably similarly well-educated judge 15 or 20 minutes to figure out how to resolve this difficult. They did manage to do so, however, in a cooperative spirit.

For the full story, check out my post at Legal Insurrection:

Mid-Day Wrapup: “Loud Music” Murder Trial, Day Three

--Andrew, @LawSelfDefense


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