“Loud Music” Murder Trial Day 3: Dunn’s Fiancé A Tragic Witness


Hey folks, We ended the mid-day wrap up–available here:  Mid-Day Wrap-Up: “Loud Music” Murder Trial, Day Three– still engrossed in the direct examination of Detective Kipple by State Attorney Angela Corey, and in particular with an image of the trajectory dowels marking bullet strikes #7, #8, and #9 into the front passenger-side door of the Durango (the three sharply angled dowels toward the front of the vehicle).

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

“Loud Music” Murder Trial Day 3: Dunn’s Fiancé A Tragic Witness

--Andrew, @LawSelfDefense

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