Shell Casing...Other "Evidence"
-Shell casing was found off of Route 5A (near Route 840 overpass) on March 13, 2006.
-A cup is given to Reilly on the witness stand. It contains the shell casing, which he then identifies. No cross-examination.
10:39am. Charles Haynes with the Oneida Co. Sheriff's Department testified that he photographed the evidence from March 13, 2006. We see photographs of a dented shell casing.
-On cross-examination, Wittman reviews the training necessary to become an evidence technician. Haynes testified that the shell casing was not the only piece of evidence secured that day. In the Lennon's-Wilcox parking lot, a dark knit glove was photographed.
-Latex rubber gloves, work gloves, and other "stuff" was found along Route 5A.
-Hernon clarifies on re-direct that so-called "evidence" is not "evidence" until it comes into court. Some "stuff" from March 13 may not necessarily be evidence.
Haynes is off the stand at 10:49am.