Judge tells jurors not to make inferences based on the order of the instructions
Judge says his copy is stamped "original" and should not be edited/written on. Jurors can write on their own copies
Judge says he understands the parties have issues to raise about demonstrative exhibits
King says he was just handed a powerpoint this AM and he did the same. he says "I'm frankly a little shocked at what i am seeing"
King says his powerpoint is a "conventional use of demonstrative exhibits" but the prosecution's is not.
DA has 859 slides in his powerpoint, King says. Also it contains the "argument itself"
"He deceives everyone" is something the defense says appears in the DA's slideshow
King says "evidence is clear that he did not deceive everyone."
Page 87 says DA slide argues defense expert doctors changed their procedures to suit the defense. King argues that is "just frankly no the case... and we have no way to rebut that argument"
King says his next objection is to slides that refer to "impression management" and King says that is commentary akin to the earlier "deceit" reference
Next, King references 3 pages containing things like "look how smart I am" but King says the defendant never said those things