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Byron Case Transcripts 15 Scott Atwell

Byron Case Transcripts 15 Scott Atwell

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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 Johnson County Detective Scott AtwellState of Missouri v. Byron CaseApril 30, 2002.Pages 795-813Direct examination by Ms. Crayon No cross examinationPage 795 (Detective Scott Atwell testimony)MR. FRY:May we approach, Your Honor.THE COURT:Sure.(Counsel approached the bench and the following proceedings were had:)THE COURT:Are you missing an officer?MR. FRY:We are. He was on route, but say about the time that I left, I don't know if you noticed when thiswitness started, about 2 o'clock, he was probably an hour away then, so he may be about 15 minutes away.THE COURT:Okay.MR. FRY:Maybe a little longer.THE COURT:Okay. Not that it's a big deal, it's just him not following the directives that were given to him.MR. FRY:Well, we asked him to be here at 1:15.Page 796 (Detective Scott Atwell testimony)MS. CRAYON:Did he just forget?MR. FRY:I have no idea. He said, "Partner, I'm on my way. I'm in the car."MR. LANCE:
 
Judge, I think it's a good time for a break, because I have some witnesses outside they haven't had achance to interview.THE COURT:We'll take a break. You talk to the witnesses that he's got that you want to talk with, and let's make anyrecord we want on these witnesses so we can then go -- we can then go straight from -- this is your lastwitness, right?MR. FRY:Right.THE COURT:We'll take a break and put this guy on and do your motion and go right into their evidence. Does thatwork?MS. CRAYON:Fine.THE COURT:All right.(The proceedings returned to open court.) THE COURT:Ladies and gentlemen, it's about time for a recess, plus we're waiting on one witness to get here; andthere are -- some productive things to do.Page 797 (Detective Scott Atwell testimony)So I think it's a good time for us to take a 20 minute recess. There is one witness that's en route. Itmay well be the last witness the State calls, so we want to make sure that witness gets here. If it's a littlemore than 20 n3inutes, be patient with us, but we're making good headway.So with that being said, let me again remind you of what you were told at the first recess of theCourt. Until you retire to consider your verdict, you must not discuss this case among yourselves or withothers or permit anyone to discuss it in your hearing. You should not form or express any opinion about thecase until it is finally given to you to decide. Do not read, view, or listen to any newspaper, radio, or television report of the trial.Is there pop up there and stuff, Debra?THE CLERK:Yes.THE COURT:If you need ice or anything, let us know. We'll take about a 20 minute recess. All rise, please. Jury isfree to go to the jury room.(A recess was taken.)
 
Page 798 (Detective Scott Atwell testimony)THE COURT:Everybody, please be seated.SCOTT ATWELL, having been duly sworn by the Court, testified:DIRECT EXAMINATION BY MS. CRAYON:Q.Would you please tell the jury who you are.A.My name is Scott Atwell. I'm a detective with the sheriff's office out of Johnson County, Kansas.Q.And how long have you worked at the sheriff's office?A.24 years.Q.And what's your current position here?A.Detective.Q.And in October of 1997, you were working there as a detective as well; is that correct?A.Yes, ma'am.Q.Do you recall being involved in the investigation of a case involving a Justin Bruton?A.Yes, ma'am.Q.In what capacity were you involved in that investigation?A.

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