The defense team continued on what is expected to be the last day of their presentation of their case. The day began and ended with a bang. This morning Judge Nelson denied the defense’s request to introduce their animated movie as evidence, although they will be permitted to use it for demonstrative purposes during closing. Professor Jacobson covered this breaking news this morning here:
Then at the end of Court today the defense rested their case, and it was agreed that the State would present its closing argument tomorrow at 1PM, the defense would present their closing argument on Friday morning, followed by a State rebuttal. After that the jury should be instructed, and deliberations begun. To see our comprehensive post over at Legal Insurrection, click here:
Price-Drop on “The Law of Self Defense, 2nd Edition”
On a separate note, today we learned that Amazon.com had reduced their price of “The Law of Self Defense, 2nd Edition,” down to $33.18 from the list price of $49.95. This is their right, and we have no control whatever at what they price the book. We’ve decided it makes no sense for us to be selling the book at a higher price than Amazon, however, so we have lowered our own price to $33.18, as well. In addition, we are also maintaining the additional 10% off coupon code LOSD-NRA for NRA and IDPA members (use code at checkout)
Enjoy, and don’t forget to join us tomorrow morning for our live video coverage at the trial starting at 9:00AM, as well as our rolling Twitter feed of selected contributors–including this humble attorney, identifiable on Twitter as @LawSelfDefense.
See you then!