Originally Posted by houghtam
This is why the second degree charge is important.
The 911 call and his previous calls create an image for the jury of someone wanting to get revenge for other crimes committed in the area.
The jurors' interpretation of the language he used there, as well as the medical assistant giving testimony right now are going to be a much larger determining factor in this case than anything else, IMO.
No it doesn't. It just says that he took it seriously, which he should. Which language would you be refering to?