In his opening statement, he presents that any evidence from the courts in Arizona were absent in the courts case.
The next day, Mr. Nedrud states that there is no equality between policemen and criminals therefore he does not believe that anything involving the police and the defendant to be sequential. He also reminds the courts of the 5th and 6th amendments.
Says there is a problem with the police investigation powers along with their function as guardians of society and their constitutional rights. Also brings but that the defendants confession is to be used as a promise to release Lillian Lara which was rebutted.