Welcome back from your long weekend. Next up: President's weekend in February.
Closing arguments today before Judge Tinkler-Mendez in the trial over the disappearance of young Rilya Wilson.
David Ovalle will be covering the arguments of both sides, word for word, on twitter. @davidovalle305.
We posted the answers to yesterday's presidential trivia on yesterday's post.
Can you name one international terrorist that has ever been indicted for violating the 1993 International chemical weapons convention? Not even Saddam Hussein, who gassed tens of thousands of his citizens was indicted for such a crime. But Carol Anne Bond, who poisoned her co-worker because she suspected she was pregnant via Bond's husband was. And now the US Supreme Court has accepted the case for the second time to clear the air, as it were, on the extent to which a treaty can be implemented by congress. Used to be a good poisoning just got you a state murder rap.
David Ovalle reports on the kerfuffle over QEEG. The State Attorney calls it "junk science". Judge Scola called it admissible. The US Army uses it, but Judges Thomas and Firtel do not.
Short week. See You In Court.