Mid-Day Wrap-up: “Loud Music” Murder Trial, Day Four


Hey folks, This morning saw testimony from two FDLE evidence technicians, and more interestingly from the medical examiner who conducted Jordan Davis' autopsy. She concluded it was most likely that Davis was leaning away from the source of gun fire when he was struck by three bullets, one mortally. After the medical examiner's testimony, State Attorney Angela Corey informed the court that the State rested.

For the full-length post, check out my analysis at Legal Insurrection, here:

Mid-Day Wrap-up: “Loud Music” Murder Trial, Day Four

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