@48 Minutes: http://www.wral.com/specialreports/nancycooper/video/9494914/#/vid9494914 Prosecution enters 2007 cell phone tower evidence, defense objects because it's not the right year, Judge overrules. The murder happened in 2008. The judge is probably assuming that if the towers were there in 2007, they were still there in 2008. I don't think the expert Levitan ever answers whether any cell phone tower connections are legitimate. In fact, he either conveniently or inconveniently doesn't have his notes. Imagine if the medical examiner, an expert, showed up for court without his notes (just in case he forgot a detail). That is what the cell phone expert did. He forgot his notes and when he was baffled, he was not able to dazzle with briliance. He was in fact a belligerent witness, wasn't he? Or was it the prosecutor that was belligerent? Or Both. The prosecutor is typically held to a higher standard, but apparently not in North Carolina. How about that!