Zimmerman: Predicting the State's Rebuttal Closing
I ended my last post on today's closing argument by the state and Mark Mara's anticipated closing tomorrow, with this thought:
Since I'm convinced there's no match between what O'Mara will do tomorrow and what de la Rionda did today, I'm focused on the state's next move.
The prosecution gets the last word because they have the burden of proof. De la Rionda's closing was so weak, I'm wondering if it wasn't planned to be that way, to keep the defense from guessing what John Guy will unleash in his closing. It's Guy's rebuttal, not O'Mara, that I'm focused on now.
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