Heather Synder injuries were fingers amputated. Thru and thru gunshot wound on forearm, buckshot in left knee
Heather Synder's injury photos now being admitted
King renews pre-trial objections and now also rule 403
@NT8: Yeah, the language these people use is not as important as the injuries they suffered. So listen to the forensics for the final and proper language on the kinds of shots, for this, what matters is the injury
@NT8: sounds like it was 2
Heather Snyder asked to raise hand to show missing fingers to the jury
Heather Snyder: Missing middle and index fingers. Occasionally has phantom pains
objection if she knows person in photo sustained... because Alex Sullivan's photo was previously shown in court.
- New Witness
The people call Sarah Burnett, ATF Special Agent
Special Agent Burnett handled the rifle, made it safe, gave it to evidence response team
Special Agent Burnett handed firearm
Special Agent Burnett "I picked it up and as i was picking up the magazine was not seated properly in the magazine well. the magazine fell loose to the ground"
Special Agent Burnett determined there was a round in the chamber of the rifle
Special Agent Burnett says round in the chamber appeared to be sitting normally
Special Agent Burnett says ammo inside was "green-tipped."
- Cross-examination starts
Special Agent Burnett being cross examined, King asking about where rifle was found
King questioning how mag fell to the ground
Special Agent Burnett confirms she didn't count rounds in the magazine
King's questions center on how magazine might jam