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New developments in the maxim model murder trial the jury now entering the second day of deliberations deciding the fate of business woman -- -- park.
Park is accused of murdering magazine beauty Giuliano -- In cold blood according to prosecutors -- fought desperately for her life.
However parks legal team says their client is innocent let's bring in our legal panel now frank TV former.
Federal prosecutor and -- -- former prosecutor and criminal defense attorney gives you both of you again.
Thanks for -- -- -- Tom emissary UN this when the jury did they asked to hear -- read backs portions of trial testimony before resuming deliberations.
Is this -- typical or does it signify trouble in the deliberation room.
Well you know look as it as a defense attorney anytime you have the jury thinking especially on a case like this with a forensic evidence is is is very strong.
You know that's it that's a good sign the longer they deliberate the more likely it is the increase the enhance the possibility that -- me one holdout juror.
They could release resulted -- hung jury if not an acquittal so I think it's absolutely it.
A posit some sort of positive sign for the defense.
And then Fred how do you see it and who do you think at this point which side has the most compelling case at this point.
Well well well I -- it -- it you know it it it it may be positive for the defense and it would be the first positive thing for them and -- throughout the entire trial.
And I think the physical evidence is overwhelming -- -- this woman's DNA was on the victim's -- it was on a tank top.
It was on the door and up and I think the most compelling piece of evidence was is that the defenders DNA.
Was on a knob on the stove that had been left on the -- apartment up -- -- to cause an explosion which indicated she was there.
Right before it obviously the time of the murder shortly -- before that guess that the blow -- so.
I I ain't you know life so I've been doing his case for years I I never can understand why the jury ask questions of what they do and and a lot of people say they can't I've never been able to stay it.
They India and bring your bring -- that they DNA and Tom I go back to you now you know the defense is saying -- the DNA so what it's your job prosecutor to.
Work work hard to say that my client indeed murdered this model.
Yeah what the defense is hanging their hat on his look is the case with a forensic evidence is very strong but the problem is that that's really all the evidence they have.
Was -- and the absence and in this case is any evidence of motive now prosecutors love to point out.
That the prosecution doesn't have to prove motive and that's true.
But I can tell you that twelve jurors deciding -- as someone stayed on a first degree murder case are gonna want some sort of Cogent theory even explanation.
As well why the defender would have done this.
The million dollars that you got to leave the victim's ex boyfriend who well who -- -- -- -- steal their father broke up 24 hour version is branded a little bit of a -- to judge the judge kept most of that out because the judges this really mutual relationship between Madonna Mike Judge doesn't want the jury the judge said the chicken and about.
Hi guys you bring up my both bring up good points than force I don't have time to let yet.
Duke it out right now and so easily handle it we hear him -- after memorial enjoy that we get -- royalty.
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