Bill Cosby trial Day 5: Prosecutors rest case after five days of testimony USA TODAY.
Dennis Sims -- commander of the department's special operations division and traffic safety unit -- answered questions from the ... defense attorney Louis Barbone's cross-examination, which honed in on a point the prosecution has repeatedly brought up.
After six weeks and more than 30 witnesses, the prosecution rested its case Wednesday in the ... The defense, in a fourth day of cross examination of FBI Agent Alan Mohl, tried repeatedly to get him to interpret the meaning behind certain emails and.
Defense lawyer Brian McMonagle, clearly wanting to move past Cosby's talk about giving drugs to women, asked no questions about it on cross-examination. The final prosecution witness ... Cosby could spend the rest of his life in prison if convicted.
During former state Sen. Phil Griego's corruption trial on Tuesday, his lawyer grilled General Services Secretary Ed Burckle about why he never directly asked the legislator for details about his financial involvement in the sale of state property to a.
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After two weeks of multiple witnesses, the state rested its case Monday in the murder trial of Gregory Parks, who prosecutors say kidnapped and killed Palacios. The 20-year-old was last seen at Parks' ... That was one of the questions Parks' defense.
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The defence counsel of accused are putting irrelevant questions ... cross-examination be conducted on the week-end. The court asked her to move an application in this regard. Her cross-examination is likely to continue on Tuesday. Testifying as a.
It wasn't that Mr. Rechnitz hadn't made things harder than they should have been in responding even to routine questions ; rather, his demeanor presented such ripe opportunities for Mr. Shechtman to slice-and-dice him in areas that went beyond.