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Byron Case Transcripts 10 Glenn Colliver

Byron Case Transcripts 10 Glenn Colliver

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This is supporting documentation for The Skeptical Juror: Missouri v. Case. It is the first book in a new true crime series.

To learn more about the book, the series, and the concept of The Skeptical Juror, visit me at www.skepticaljuror.com

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This is supporting documentation for The Skeptical Juror: Missouri v. Case. It is the first book in a new true crime series.

To learn more about the book, the series, and the concept of The Skeptical Juror, visit me at www.skepticaljuror.com

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Testimony and cross-examination of Glenn Colliver State of Missouri v. Byron CaseApril 30, 2002.Pages 695-713Direct examination by Mr. FryCross examination by Mr. LanceRedirect examination by Mr. Fry Page 695 (Glenn Colliver testimony)GLENN COLLIVER, having been duly sworn by the Court, testified:DIRECT EXAMINATION BY MR. FRY:Q.Good morning, Mr. Colliver. Would you tell the jury your name, please.A.Glenn Colliver.Q.Mr. Colliver, you've warned me that you have some hearing loss; is that correct?A.That's correct.Page 696 (Glenn Colliver testimony)Q.Are you hearing me all right now?A.I am.Q.Am I too loud?A.No.Q.All right. You're retired now; is that correct?A.That's correct.
 
Q.Where did you used to work?A.Mount Washington Cemetery.Q.When did you start there?A.I first become associated there in 1943.Q.By the time you retired, what was your position with Mount Washington Cemetery?A.I was the general manager there.Q.Fair to say you're pretty familiar with the area surrounding Mount Washington?A.That's correct.Q.I'm going to try to orient the jury through you with that area. Would it assist you in describing thatarea to the jury if we used a map?A.Yes.Q.All right. I showed you before you came in here what I have marked as Exhibit Number 20, did Inot?A.Right.Q.Would it assist you in describing the area in general to the jury by using this map?Page 697 (Glenn Colliver testimony)
 
A.Yes.MR. FRY:Your Honor, if I could just have a second.THE COURT:You bet.MR. FRY:Your Honor, can the witness leave the stand and then stand over here by the map?THE COURT:Absolutely. Counsel is welcome to move and, again, if members of the jury, if you want to stand upor can't see what's going on, do what you need to do.BY MR. FRY:Q.Mr. Colliver, I want you to remember, while we're talking for the jury, there is a reporter behindyou, and she is also trying to got everything you say.A.If you can't hear, say so.Q.She will. I guarantee you. In this particular map, I'm pointing right here to where it's printed MountWashington Cemetery?A.Yes.Mt. Washington Cemetery Q.Now, surrounding Mount Washington Cemetery, major roads here, what is this road that's goingnorth and south?Page 698 (Glenn Colliver testimony)A.That's Interstate 435 which is our western boundary.Q.

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