The Crown v Gerard Baden-Clay, 10th July - Trial Day 18

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    toe New Member

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    And growing a beard.
     


  2. PrimeSuspect

    PrimeSuspect Under the Milky Way

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    David Murray ‏@TheMurrayD 38s
    Justice Byrne is going through defence closing statement about Allison's mental health
     
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    Kate Kyriacou ‏@KateKyriacou 39s

    Judge says defence discussed Allison's mental health history, her Zoloft use, her sessions with psychologists. #badenclay
     
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    Kate Kyriacou ‏@KateKyriacou 37s

    Judge says defence discussed advice from marriage counsellor a few days before she disappeared. #badenclay
     
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    David Murray ‏@TheMurrayD 22s
    Jurors are looking at screens showing Justice Byrne's remarks as he speaks. Very little note taking again today
     
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    alioop Verified Attorney (AU)

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    Just to add to my previous post about the sentence for manslaughter, if there is a murder or manslaughter verdict, there will be a guilty on the interference with a corpse charge. They will likely be concurrent sentences.
     
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    Kate Kyriacou ‏@KateKyriacou 44s

    Judge says defence case is that discussions of up affair in counsellor-advised sessions would have caused a relapse of depression.#badenclay

    Judge says defence case was Allison was stressed at the hairdressers on April 19, 2012. #badenclay
     
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    I have that feeling too. It's too close to call and I have had a bad feeling they may not come to any agreement either.
     
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    Most jurors leaning back in their seats, a couple leaning forward to see the screens in front of them
     
  10. alioop

    alioop Verified Attorney (AU)

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    The jurors get Judge Byrne's written directions so they don't need to take notes. He is just reading them.
     
  11. squizzey1

    squizzey1 Verified insider - Allison Baden-Clay case

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    so busy answering our questions thanks heaps , don't we all just LOVE alioop :loveyou::loveyou::loveyou:
     
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    Thanks Ali, I presumed so. Thanks for your quick replies, fountain of knowledge xox
     
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    Kate Kyriacou ‏@KateKyriacou 40s

    Judge says defence told jury to consider Allison was upset after hearing of birth of nephew. They claim she always wanted a son. #badenclay

    Judge says defence asked why Allison missed a parent teacher interview for a hairdressing appointment. #badenclay
     
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    Defence raised a possible scenario of what happened to Allison - Justice Byrne

    Allison possibly stayed up thinking about the affair, defence scenario - Justice Byrne
     
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    Judge tells #badenclay jury that defence argued suicide is often as a surprise and impossible to predict. @7NewsBrisbane
     
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    Kate Kyriacou ‏@KateKyriacou 23s

    Judge says defence case was Allison stayed up late, thinking about the affair, possibly went for a walk to clear her head. #badenclay
     
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    GBC is only on trial for murder in this trial, not interfering with a corpse. Even though it has been implied throughout the proceedings.
     
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    Kate Kyriacou ‏@KateKyriacou 49s

    Judge says defence said she plugged her husband's phone into charge at 1.48am, took some Sertraline, went for a walk. #badenclay

    Judge says defence suggested she walked to Kholo Creek and ended up at the creek. #badenclay
     
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    If she so desperately wanted a son, this was never written about in her diary.
     
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    What if she decided to go for a walk, took a Zoloft tablet, puts husband's phone on charger - defence scenario

    She kept walking. Ends up at river. Pathologist couldn't rule out drowning - defence scenario





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