“Road Rage” Murder Trial: Witness Provides Confusing, Mistaken Testimony

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Hey folks, Our next piece of evidence from the Joseph Walker trial is the transcribed interview of another witness who drove by the shooting scene. As per SOP his name has been redacted. Because this transcript was attached as Exhibit H to the defense’s recent motion to dismiss the charges against Walker, I will refer to him as Mr. H.

The interview was again conducted by the Maryland State Police’s Lead Investigator on this case, Trooper First Class (TFC) Myles Roy, this time on June 9, 2013, the day after the shooting. Also present was Maryland State Police Detective Sergeant Steve Hall.

For the whole story, check out my piece on Legal Insurrection:

“Road Rage” Murder Trial: Witness Provides Confusing, Mistaken Testimony

--Andrew, @LawSelfDefense


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