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DIRECT EXAMINATION BY JB

She is employed at Orange County Corrections. She worked in the dorm where ICA was housed. She observed her from the time she was first brought in to the time she left in 2010. She saw her on a daily basis for a year and a half.

She described her demeanor as pleasant. When they did their visual inspections in the morning, she always had a pleasant attitude, even when they woke her up.

She was under PC status. The cell is 6 x 8. She was in there for 23 hours a day.

Does this often cause inmates quite a bit of stress? Yes.

Especially those facing the death penalty? All of them. It would cause any inmate, for the most part, some types of problems.

The only time her demeanor changed was when she was upset about something. She would cry. That would not be often.

She was always pleasant.

She smiled quite often, despite the conditions she was under. Her behavior was consistent the entire time.

No questions by the State.

COURT STANDS BY PREVIOUS RULING - NOT RELEVANT OR MATERIAL

If the State objects due to relevancy, I would SUSTAIN

JB - Goes to the theory of defense

HHJBP: Must be relevant and material

Witness excused at 4:47