The first question:
One, are there phone records showing calls between
detective and defendant? How many and how long?
State, how would you suggest I respond to that?
MR. Prosecutor: The standard instruction, you have been
provided all the evidence in the case that — actually,
if you want if say no, I don’t have a problem saying no.
THE COURT: Defense, what do you –
Our Attorney: : I would ask for some response along
the lines of, you are in possession of all the evidence
in this case. There is no other evidence to be
considered for deliberations.
MR. Prosecutor: That’s fine.
When I returned home from the trial, I had AT&T send me my phone records.
The phone records show that my son and the detective was on the phone 14 times. 14 times.
My question is why weren’t any of those calls recorded?