Discussion in 'Trials' started by Tricia, Jan 9, 2019.
OMG you made me smile so big!
oh my, I have so much to do today but now I'm going to be stuck here... waiting LOL
Can't. Pull. Myself. Away. LOL
He is not going to testify
He must know he's in trouble. And his ego is getting the best of him. Maybe he'll fire his attorneys again!!!!
JD Crighton @JDCrighton
#mcstay Charles Merritt will NOT testify!
11:07 AM - 23 May 2019
He heard there won't be cameras so he decided not to.
Cathy Russon @cathyrusson
#McStay - After almost FIVE months, both sides rest! Merritt will NOT take the stand.
I knew the weasel wouldn't take the stand...LOL
I have a feeling that it was the standard question, where the judge asks Merritt about testifying... and they took a short recess to discuss. Now both sides have rested. And hopefully we will get the cams back for closings!
Let's get on with it.
So actually Knowles DID testify in order? Or did the defense call someone else this morning?
So what happened to all of the DT's "witnesses"?
This trial has gone far beyond it’s expected time frame with so many starts & stops , the jury must be fed up by now.
I don’t think Rudin’s testimony did much for the defense , yesterday.
This was the testimony that the defense claimed was so important, the trial had to be delayed ,yet again.
Was it worth the risk of angering the jurors?
They’re the ones getting jerked around , hourly.
Not the impression I’d want my defense team to leave at the end of the trial. JMHO
Are her Tweets accurate?
Oh, the defense’s case was so strong they didn’t NEED to call them! (heavy-handed sarcasm alert)
No clue because everyone that is there sucks LOL Time wise, I'm thinking they must have called someone this morning? Court was to start at 10am, it's now 11:15 am, so must have been a witness this morning?
All the drama would make for a good Mocumentary ... JMO
Both tweeters tweeted the same thing.
I’d hope so! But time didn’t really matter, today. They certainly weren’t going to start on closing arguments. On the other hand—the reaction of the jury to being pulled into the courtroom, just to be told to go home...