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Hawaii Media Files Complaint Against Judge Ahn in Deedy Trial

The Honolulu Star Advertiser and HawaiiNewsNOW have filed a complaint in state Supreme Court to force Ahn to release transcripts of the parts of the Deedy trial where she kicked everyone out of the courtroom, saying the judge violated the U.S. Constitution by holding closed-door court proceedings. You can read about it and see a…

Mistrial

Judge Ahn declared a mistrial in Chris Deedy’s court case. She released the jury and stated she was thinking about scheduling a retrial for May or June, 2014. This means the jury deliberated but was unable to come to a unanimous verdict, so no decision was made. A hearing was scheduled for this Friday to…

Jury Deliberations

The jury in Chris Deedy’s trial has deliberated for about 18 hours so far. Photo courtesy of istockphoto.com/Kuzma As supporters of Chris, we’re all hoping for the quick return of a not guilty verdict. But what is “quick?” We did some research and wanted to give you some perspective of how long juries deliberated in…

The Defense Has Rested Their Case

Chris’ defense team rested their case on Thursday and the jury will return in a week to hear instructions and closing arguments. The prosecution continued their cross-examintation of Chris until just after lunch, focusing on the wording in the State Department Firearms Policy, whether Chris could have sat with Perrine instead of talking to Elderts…

Deedy Testimony – Day 2

Christopher Deedy was back on the stand Wednesday. Chris picked up where he left off–talking about the time that led up to the deadly-force encounter with Elderts. He described in vivid detail what he saw and what he felt as the situation escalated. At one point Chris even took off his suit jacket, laid down…