Logged on at 12:30 and heard about the lady disrupting the court and I decided I would go over for the afternoon session. I was in a hurry so I didn't bring a notebook to write down impressions. Let me know if you have any questions. I saw and walked by all the players in the hall before court went into session. No, I didn't talk to any of them. On entering the courtroom, everybody was asked to sit behind the prosecution. The rows in back of the defense table were closed. I sat in the back row. From the back row, I could see the laptops that were open, though I could not see what was written (too far back). I did notice that the laptop in front of Baez was scrolling like someone might be writing something. It was a consistent scrolling where the top line would disappear and the next one would move up. So I think his complaints about people being able to read it were legitimate, but just use an Ipad. Casey was already seated when I entered the room. At one time I counted 10 law enforcement officers in the room. The one juror who delighted everyone was the 25-year-old carpenter guy who lives at home with his parental units. When they had the hearing for the lady who disrupted the court this morning, Casey was not present. The defense and the prosecution do mingle when not on deck. Saw LDB and Mason chuckling about something during one of the breaks. At the end when they were swearing in the jury, they had 12 law enforcement officers all facing the audience ready to jump on any disruption. On the way out, I was in an elevator with two other ladies and Drew Petrimoulx came in. I knew who he was. The others were discussing the news not in a favorable way and then asked him if he was with the media. He said yes. They asked him if he was with Nancy Grace, and he said "who is she?" He said he was with talk news and we arrived on the ground floor and that was that.