Mark Sievers Livestream Trial Thread - Days 1 - 4

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    JenaTaoson Well-Known Member

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    Am I the only one that thinks the lineup of witnesses are weird? Don't prosecutors normally introduce people who knew the victim and the circumstances of their life before the techno/crime talk?.
     
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    I appreciate you pointing the bbm part out to drive home the fact Mark probably delighted in his plans. It helps me understand how Mark could look right at Teresa for weeks and weeks knowing she was going to die and not stop the plan. Married people argue sometimes and feel resentment, but now Mark could snicker knowing what was coming. He's a worm of a man, IMO.
     
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    Kakidoll Karma never forgets

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    Is it bugging anyone else how CWW is so helpful to the attorney... "have they seen pics yet?" in describing kitchen. My stomach has just been churning all day. I want Mark Guilty so bad but CWW just ..... TOO helpful might be hurting .
     
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    I wonder if it has something to do with the jury not believing CWW in the JRR trial.
     
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    I just discovered that my cable company added CourtTV to their lineup. I am watching it, too. I can't believe that the jury didn't find Rodgers guilty of first degree murder.
     
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    No it’s not.
     
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    I find him annoying and sickening. I believe that he is telling the truth, though. He has no motive to kill her unless he was doing it for Mark.
     
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    I have often wondered what Teresa saw in Mark. Teresa was so far above Mark's level. I just don't understand why she settled for him. Sadly, it led to her death.
     
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    I suppose. It just seems that in most of the trials I watch there is a build up of character that supports opening statements of said victim.
     
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    Reporters have mentioned the different line up as well... I wasn't expecting CWW to be on today at all
     
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    No it’s not, the lady in court is on the defense’s side
     
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    It seems like an unusual order of witnesses to have a crucial witness such as CWW testify so early about how he was hired by Mark Sievers to kill his wife. JMO, I think they needed to grab the jurors attention fast before the jurors got lost or bored in the building up of the case and evidence. They needed CWW to make an impact early is my thinking. MOO, Defense is going to make this tedious by confusing the jury with objections, sidebars, and rapid-fire questioning.
     
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    Friday, November 22nd:
    *Trial continues (Day 3) (@ 8:30am ET) – FL – Dr. Teresa Ann Grace Sievers (46) (June 29, 2015, Bonita Springs) – *Mark D. Sievers (50) arrested & charged (2/26/16) & indicted (5/4/16) with 1st degree premeditated murder & conspiracy to commit 1st degree premeditated murder. Plead not guilty. No bond. DA will seek DP.
    Trial set to begin on 11/12/19 with jury selection, opening statements started on 11/20. Trial expected to last 5 weeks. Jury: 9 women & 3 men, with 2 alternates (1 is a man).
    Jury selection 11/12/19 thru 11/19/19 (Day 1-6) & Trial info 11/20/19 (Day 1) reference post #327 here:
    Mark Sievers Livestream Trial Thread - Day 1

    11/21/19 Day 2: Judge on the bench. First order of business will be to have the jurors look through their notepads and see if they *also* have notes from another juror in another trial. One juror raised their hand. Judge got rid of those notes and gave them a new pad. State witnesses: Kevin Stout, of the Lee County Sheriff's Office (a network administrator with the sheriff's office in the digital forensic unit; used Cellbrite software), subject to recall. Jennifer Kircikyan, Digital forensics specialist at LCSO, subject to recall. After lunch State witness: Curtis Wayne Wright, confessed killer. Judge calls a sidebar that includes Wright's attorney before CWW testified. Cross examination tomorrow for CWW (was on the stand for about 3 hours). After the jury left Judge Bruce Kyle said one of the jurors (I think the same alternate that had the notepad issue yesterday) was having trouble staying awake & he asked both sides to keep an eye on him as well in case there needs to be further action. Trial continues on 11/22.
    *Jimmy Ray Rodgers (28) – Trial 10/23/19: Jury found Rodgers guilty of second degree murder, not guilty of conspiracy, guilty of trespassing. Sentencing on 12/12. Motion for new trial-denied.
    *Curtis Wayne Wright, Jr. (41) arrested (10/14/15) & charged (10/20/15) & indicted (5/5/16) with 2nd degree premeditated murder. Plead not guilty. No bond. Took plea deal (2/26/16) plead guilty to 2nd degree murder; serving 25 years, waives all rights to appeal. Will testify at trials. Sentencing on 12/2.


     
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    I’m here and ready to tweet! I have a feeling today will be a less boring day.
     
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    Actually today is day 3. Our moderator has just been really busy and wasn't able to start a day 2 thread. Not sure we'll get a day 3 one either if she's still busy. I'll ask her to just change the title of the thread to reflect the actual days :).
     
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    Kaitlin Greenockle (@kaitlinroseg) Tweeted:
    We are back at the Lee County Justice Center this morning to continue the #SieversTrial

    We expect to start with the cross examination of Curtis Wayne Wright Jr.

    @ndn @TheNewsPress

    Kaitlin Greenockle on Twitter
     
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    Court in session
     
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