I will have to read up tomorrow on lunch break. No way will I be able to stay awake and alert enough to read, comprehend and pose questions. So I will pose my questions for courtroom observers now in hopes of finding answers tomorrow :
What did you note of JA demeanor today and how does it differ, if it did In your opnion from the direct examination by Nurmi?
What did you note from the jury and their body language, behaviors and did it differ from when JA was being questioned by her own attorney?
Do you think the jury was connecting the dots with what JM was trying to illustrate with his cross thus far?
Did you get teh impression that JA was stalling with her constant requests for JM to Define this and define that?
Do you think the jury noted the difference in the long drawn out answers when defense was questioning JA and when JM was making her keep her answers more brief and yes or no?
What did you note about reactions in the courtroom to the introduction and testimony regarding the magazines and the notes in the margins within? Were people visibly shocked, was their any visible change that you noted in JA, her DT, the jury or the people watching the trial? IF so please describe.
Do you think JM was effective in what he was trying to accomplish today? If so describe why you think so.
Thank you to our inside observers in the courtroom, for sharing your perspective on today's cross examination and your overall impressions of what is happening inside the courtroom.
Five years ago I wandered in here because of a google search on Haleigh Cummings. "Welcome," folks said "look around a bit, sit a spell." It wasn't long before I found Caylee's threads. It was just that simple.
If you are new to the site allow me to say, "welcome. Look around a bit, sit a spell."