I would think she put the entire $20 in, and had no way of knowing if the purchase was only $15 but, you don't get to take the $5.00 out and put in your pocket.
It still belongs to the store.
Besides, he wasn't there anyway !!
On a side note, I'm watching some of the trial testimony from the first and second trial and one thing that hasn't changed is this Collins makes my skin crawl...whether he's trying to be nasty or nice, I feel the need to shower. I'm watching is cross of MF from this trial - all those questions about her being taped or not, telling the truth, etc. like he had some big reveal coming or catching her in some huge lie. MF is as classy and direct as always.
The defense did not even cross.
I would bet the defense PI has interviewed her since the last trial and wants to bring in something negative about her.
The defense is desperate to discredit this credible witness.
Once the money is counted and balanced, and you are over, it goes
on a shortage/overage sheet.
In some cases if the overage is not claimed in a certain amount of days,
the amount will be given to the employee, but they do not have a right
to just pocket it.
A gas station is not a Waffle House.
Again, if only the store had video surveillance.
LE came in and set up surveillance easy enough, why couldn't the store use video to protect their own workers?
Good grief, what was to stop someone from robbing the store?
I never said her behavior was hinky. In fact the $20 is not an issue with me. LE did not help verify Gracie's story, and it was speculated that if she was over $5, it might be helpful. You have any idea why LE did not show her the surveillance camera footage?