Sunday, March 19, 2006
The prosecution case in the trial of Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling continues today after a long weekend. The Houston Chronicle here has a story on the cross-examinations by defense counsel and how they are bringing in portions of their case through the cross-examination. Typically, defense counsel has a theme throughout a trial and inserts that theme in the opening statement, every cross-examination, and then in the defense if they present one. And Carrie Johnson at the Washington Post has a wonderful story here analyzing some of the recent testimony like Sherron Watkins. (see here).