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    Quote Originally Posted by Maja View Post
    Having a hard time finding live feed wral. Pls post. Thank you.
    http://www.wral.com/news/video/9247382/#/vid9247382


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    Bradley is sure smiling a lot this morning.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jrb0124 View Post
    Its worth reposting Danielle59's excellent list from last night - things we're likely to hear from the defense this morning:

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    What about the ONLY physical evidence available in the case (NC stomach contents devoid of food from the night before, and caffeine present in her system) indicating that it was possible she was alive that morning.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DogWood View Post
    Bradley is sure smiling a lot this morning.
    he probably got a good sleep last night, he couldn't help with closing arguments


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    Because the prosecution has the burden of proof, they have two opportunities to make their closing statement. It usually works as such, the state makes it's closing, then the defense goes, then the state has the final say. That is the way it works in criminal trials where both sides have presented a case in chief. If the defense doesn't put on any evidence, then they have the last word. In this instance, this cooper case, the prosecution is waiving it's opportunity to speak first, their first closing attempt, and only speaking to the jury ONE time, AFTER the defense's closing. *Probably* because the jury has been expressing their displeasure at the time it's taking. Although, the closings themselves, are allowed the same time limits. 2 hours, each side. Were the prosecution to use their time in two frames, first and last, they still would only have 2 total hours, just as the defense has 2 hours.


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    IMO Brad should have hired a better defense team, this team does not see strong and confident


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    omg that defense team member seems like she is making out with the guy behind her


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    Good morning all! I can see the feed but no sound. I can't wait for this to be over!


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    It looks like Brad is reading through the closing arguments.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Palomine View Post
    omg that defense team member seems like she is making out with the guy behind her
    I haven't seen that gentleman before. Does anyone else that has been in court know who that was?

    ETA: Is he affiliated of the Innocence Project?


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    Quote Originally Posted by DogWood View Post
    Bradley is sure smiling a lot this morning.
    Well, since he's smarter than everyone else, especially in his own mind, he probably thinks 'it's almost over and I'm outta' here.' MOO


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    Quote Originally Posted by Palomine View Post
    IMO Brad should have hired a better defense team, this team does not see strong and confident
    I think K&T did a great job. In any case, he doesn't need a $2K/hr legal team to beat Cummings & BZ - a paralegal could have done that.


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    Good morning! I so hope this is a good day!
    **May God Watch Over All Missing and Abused Children**


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    Everyone else have no sound???


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