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Court begins with the Crown Prosecutor entering the Courtroom ready for trial. The defendant and her attorney follow behind.
The court is now in session, the bailiff introduces the judge. The court stenographer begins writing the transcripts of the case. The charges are stated. The prosecution begins with opening statements, followed by the defence.
The prosecution calls their first witness to the stand. The arresting officer is sworn in by the bailiff. The officer is asked about the breathalyzer test he performed, the time stamps of Sarah's text messages and where Sarah was found at the scene of the crime. After the prosecution is finished questioning, the defence cross-examines.
The crime scene investigator is brought to the stand to discuss her findings to prove Sarah was, in fact, the driver of the car. The cross-examination identifies reasonable doubt because the traffic cams can't specify who the driver is.
Just as the prosecution's case was seeming weak, a surprise witness makes an appearance, explaining that he had witnessed the crash while working at a nearby store. He says he can place Sarah at the scene of the crime.
The surprise witness testifies that he had seen Sarah behind the wheel of the car. He saw the accident take place, and says Sarah was driving recklessly. The witness also remembers watching Sarah exit her car and run away. The defence cross-examines the witness but finds no holes in his story. The prosecution rests their case.
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