There should be some warning or penalty for this bullshit.Not good for the prosecution if jury members are not paying attention, not taking notes and falling asleep.
If that is happening, when the defense gets up there with their arguments, after the closing arguments, the defense arguments will be the freshest information in their minds and there is a good chance they could acquit or have a hung jury if one mofo sides with the defense.
The prosecution needs all 12 jurist for a guilty verdict.
The defense only needs one juror to side with them.
Now we have magic pills with Floyd's DNA huh. Gonna need to see any footage from any cameras in and around the garage.The Minneapolis Police Department squad car has been in storage at the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension garage pending this trial. One day a couple months ago, Nelson, along with the other defense attorneys and some staff members, went there to look over the car.
Inside, Nelson said they spotted some chewed up pills and a full pill. And the state tested them.
"They are in fact methamphetamine and fentanyl, and they contain the DNA of George Floyd," Nelson said.
The implication is that the drugs were in Floyd's mouth, and he spit them out when the former officers were trying to place him in the police car.
I don't think it's even possible to be more damaging than he was. In a normal world, the defense team would be trying to do a deal after that testimony, but they'll hold out for the possible one racist ass jurist who possibly wouldn't convict him under any circumstance.That pulmonology expert is shooting some serious torpedoes
Watching that lame defense attorney trying to go at the pulmonology expert is like watching that fool Rand Paul trying to go at Faucci …. the expert is playing 3D chess while the lawyer is playing tic tac toeI don't think it's even possible to be more damaging than he was. In a normal world, the defense team would be trying to do a deal after that testimony, but they'll hold out for the possible one racist ass jurist who possibly wouldn't convict him under any circumstance.