On this episode of Jury Duty: The Robert Durst Prosecutor Speaks Los Angeles Deputy DA John Lewin explains how he and his team approached sequencing the witness testimonies in the trial. He also assesses a couple of key strategic mistakes by the defense, and then discusses the impact of the first few witnesses who took the stand including the dramatic direct examination of Robert Durst’s brother Thomas.
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In The Trial of Michael Barisone: Defense Opening, we present the opening statement of Edward Bilinkas on behalf of defendant Michael Barisone who stands accused of attempted murder.
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