Here is where the case stands. At this point, I am hopeful that the prosecution is able to wrap up their case by the end of the week.
Witnesses left to present:
Dr. John Andrews is currently on the stand about to undergo his first cross examination. Dr. Andrews is a forensic neuropathologist that assisted in the autopsy on Lana Clarkson's brain and spinal cord.
Dale S Falicon, LA. Co. Sheriff's Office criminalist, fingerprint expert.
Dr. Lynne Herold, LA. Co. Sheriff's Office senior criminalist, blood spatter expert and crime scene analysist. Dr. Herold will put Mr. Spector's jacket within 2 feet of the gunshot wound.
Nick Terzian, Lana Clarkson's print ad agent.
Donna Clarkson, Lana's mother.
Throughout the week, I will attempt to update my entries for January 7th and 8th. There should be a full week up testimony this week, barring any unforeseen circumstances. The following week will be a very short week. Federal holiday on Monday, and Tuesday, the jurors had requested the day off the watch the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama. Wednesday is a half day, due to a juror asking for the afternoon off for a doctor's post-op check up to surgery performed over the Christmas break. That leaves only one-and-a-half days for testimony. The last week in January is expected to be a full week of testimony.
Correction: January 20th will be dark only for the morning session. January 21st, court will be dark for the afternoon session. January 22nd, court will end early at 2:45 pm. January 26th, court will be dark for the morning session only. Court will be dark from February 12th through February 16th.