MDCC is timing the first Jury Charge test this evening for the C.R. students who just entered level three. Yesterday, five hours of my day was dedicated studying for the test which contains words taken from an actual trial. The case contains twenty witnesses with the State trying to prove conspiracy to commit murder with four defendants. The law states, when a group of people gather and talk about murder, yes that is considered a conspiracy. The judge asked each of the defendants separately how long the meeting lasted when they planned this murder. Each one told the judge a meeting never took place. Do people really respond with “Well your honor, we met on Monday for about two hours.”
M. and I heard six cars crash into each other 7:15 a.m. Sunday morning. Screech, bam, bam, bam, pause, bam, bam, bam. Since I work in hospital, my conscience spoke to me and we went to see if someone needed help. The accident happened on the 878 fly over while the six cars were trying to merge by using an entrance ramp. Nobody was hurt and two State Troopers were already on the scene. The scene looked as if two of the cars may have been racing and one hit the wall which created a domino effect.