State v Bradley Cooper 04/01/11

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  1. ncsu95

    ncsu95 New Member

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    I just heard that a juror was sick and there will be no court today. I haven't found a link yet.:banghead:



    ETA: Sill April Fools joke to try and lighten the mood here. There will be court today
     
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    Cheyenne130 New Member

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    It's going to be a looooooooong weekend.
     
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    cityslick New Member

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    Had they finished up with the husband yesterday?
     
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    Cheyenne130 New Member

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    I don't know if the prosecution was fininished but I know that I was looking forward to the cross.
     
  6. ncsu95

    ncsu95 New Member

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    I was just kidding (you know, April Fools and all). There will be court today.
     
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    Do they actually cancel if a juror is sick though? I don't know the procedure.
     
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    SleuthyGal Former Member

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    :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

    A juror out sick wouldn't stop the proceedings. They'd put in an alternate juror and the ill juror would be excused from the case.
     
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    Dang! You got me. And I was just commenting to my husband about it being April Fool's Day. Good one!
     
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    MountE New Member

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    After logging out (having read your post) it dawned on me that just, maybe, it was an April Fool's day trick! LOL
     
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    Is cross for Mr. Happy the opening in today's edition of TRHoL?
     
  12. cityslick

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    Interesting. I guess it have to be something pretty bad and not just the sniffles to miss court.
     
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    Good Morning Everyone. Missed most of yesterday's testimony...Power went out at 11am and didn't come back on till 3am today....Looking forward to catching up today.
     
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    SleuthyGal Former Member

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    Dear Det. McDreamy,

    No, it's not middle school girls posting on the forum!

    You (and Patrick Dempsey) will just have to learn to live with your mcDreaminess. You realize the next step is People Magazine's 'Sexiest Man Alive' cover, right? It's a slippery slope, this McDreamy business. You might have to arm wrestle George Clooney and/or Hugh Jackman for the spot. On the upside, you can tell Mrs. Young that you cannot take out the garbage because McDreamys don't do that. ;-)



    Dear Wake County Court Personnel,

    Wouldn't it be hilarious to present Det Young with his very own (new) engraved nametag: Det. McDreamy, CPD? I certainly think so. Mull it over. The gift that keeps on giving! ;-D
     
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    I remember someone (sorry, can't remember who) posted the number of witnesses expected to testify for both the prosecution and defense. Was it ever determined if there's a list of the witnesses? Does anyone know if that something that is shared publicly during the trial?
     
  16. SleuthyGal

    SleuthyGal Former Member

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    There is a witness list for both sides. It is not public. It is not shared with the public. The defense sent out over 200 subpoenas of (potential) witnesses. The prosecution had something like 100 or so potential witnesses on their list.
     
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    Wyn New Member

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    I'm just imagining how many woman may find themselves needing to stop by the Town of Cary business offices/Page Walker Center hoping to run into Det. Young nearby.........:floorlaugh:
     
  18. borndem

    borndem Anglophile & registered demwit

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    Now, listen here, young man, and fellow ncsu alum, you'd better straighten up and fly right. Floggin's too good for you!!

    Thanks for the thread!
     
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    LOLOL. I'm imagining Det Young starting to hear the oft-used phrase, "What's a girl gotta do to get arrested in this town?" :great:
     
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    Well, we're just not starting off on the right foot today.

    See it's times like this that it's just looks like Kurtz doesn't know what he's doing.
     
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