Pros produces the knife in a white box wrapped in plastic.
They are describing the packaging the knife is in.
Hard to say, Nr. Not everyone shows emotion the same, and we can't always see his face.
Justin Vinje did appear with Unruh at his first appearance as a courtesy, I believe, but Tuntland was retained later.
The knife is in an open-top white box that looks like cardboard. It may be taped down or attached to the bottom of the box somehow. It looks stationary. The box is in a plastic bag.
The box has the label rob put on it.
The knife is teal or bluish green. This is because it was tinted by the fingerprinting process. I believe it was silver to begin with.
We are back. Shannon Johnson is on the stand.
She is a forensic scientist at the state crime lab.
Shannon screens evidence for biological fluids, such as blood.
She visually examines evidence, takes swabs of evidence and tests to see if things are biological. For instance, if something looks like blood, she tests it to see if it really is.
They're going over state lab security procedures again.
For those of you just joining us, this is the fifth day of the trial and the fourth day of testimony.
Shannon is the 32nd witness called by prosecution.
The defense is examining a lab report before prosecutors present it to Shannon to testify about it
She photographs evidence when she screens it and did so in this case.
Def is looking over photos pros hopes to show to the jury. Def wants to ask questions about them before they are put into evidence.
Shannon confirms the photos are the ones she took of the evidence.
Pros put the lab report on the projector. It refers to items she screened.
They are showing a t-shirt with a small amount of blood on it.
Johnson circled the blood spots with a black marker when she examined the shirt.
The spots on the t-shirt, which was seized from Unruh at his arrest, tested positive for blood.
Pros is now showing Johnson a photo of Albaughs shirt.
A stain on Albau's shirt also tested positive for blood.
Pros is now showing Johnson a photo of the knife.
Johnson swabbed knife for blood before it was examined for prints. It tested positive for human blood.
She also swabbed the knife for DNA.
The next photo is a section of jeans. The jeans belonged to Albaugh, and spots on them also tested positive for blood.
Pros asks about the phrase, "That's not allowed at my house."
Unruh says it was about the loud sex.
Pros asks Unruh if he flirted with Tasha. He said hue tickled her at Hooters. Says Randy told him, "That's my girl. Leave her alone."
Pros asks if Unruh was angry when he went to the door with the knife. He says he was but that he wasn't in a rage.
Pros: Why didn't you just call the police?
Says there were two reasons. One was that he didn't trust Lincoln PD. Other was that he was trying to protect Albaugh.
Def is asking about drinking at his house. Unruh repeats earlier statement about not having a chance to drink the beer he poured.
Def brings up picture with knife block.