Heneke: Asks Simmons to read a text.
Simmons: March 20, from Schlitter to Parmer, he says one my way.
Maybanks: Parmer said she hadn't been around but earlier she said something else?
Simmons: She said they were together almost every night.
I think they wanted the texts to be the last evidence for their case.
Judge is letting the jury go early. The defense has to make its usual mistrial motion and probably others before its case starts. So, the defense won't start until tomorrow.
There is a short break before the motion. Be back in 10.
For those asking, I will posts some of the texts when I get them. I think Maybanks is making me copies now.
Tyler Johnston and Megan Heneke.
Well, the judge has to be fair to the defense. Parmer faces life in prison if convicted and she has a right to put on witnesses. It's only fair her experts know what they are disputing.
I think he does but he says he didn't have all the slides or pictures of all the slides. I think he's meaning Baumbach's addtional work but it was never confirmed Baumbach did additional slides, only that he did further reading about head injuries like this.
I'm sorry. Someone on the back end closed this event, which they have no business doing. So I lost some comments and it lost some of mine.
We will have court tomorrow. I'm having problems with the program so I'm going to end it. See you at 9 a.m. tomorrow.