Both sides rested their case today. All that’s left to do is the jury site visit on Monday, September 14th, closing arguments on Tuesday September 15th. Judge Pastor told the jury that they could “possibly” get the case by Tuesday afternoon. It should be noted that the following day, Wednesday September 15th is the court’s mandated furlough day and there are several upcoming dates where different jurors have pre-scheduled appointments.
Today, the prosecution called Dr. Chinwah back to the stand in their rebuttal case to clarify what different photographs of Lauren’s back actually showed. Detective Leslie was also recalled to the stand to state what actually happened in interviews he conducted with several defense witnesses.
The defense put on a sur-rebuttal witness, Dr. Posey who countered Dr. Chinwah’s testimony about what the photographs showed of Lauren’s back. That was the last witness to testify.
Judge Pastor went over with jurors how to prepare for the site visit.
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September 13, 2009
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