Branching off from my own op a bit: I thought the prosecution approached their case from the defensive. Trying to find doubt in the defense's case. I thought that was odd. As several analysts were stating, the prosecution didnt push what they wanted the jury to believe.
To them it was " the defense would have you believe......."
I thought it was the defense that was suppose to do that on the prosecutions case.
So for that reason and others, I don't think the jury will come with Guilty of sec deg murder. But , they just might think that they have to get him for something to appease the masses so will come with manslaughter.
Edited by MrB (07/12/1312:32 PM)
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