Question 1: I believe the defendant was telling the truth during the court hearing about his statements regarding the drugs but left out some information about the whole situation.
Question 2: Yes I believe the father interfered with the defendants testimony because the father kept answering the questions that were directed towards the defendant.
Q1: No because I have a feeling he will still do it.
Q2: Yes because he kept talking to the defendant trying to guide her and he was mostly talking.
Q1: The defendant was clear in his statements about taking the drugs, there was no effort on his part to prove that he wasn't.
Q2: I do feel that the father interferred with the defendant's testimony as he would lean over to tell her things and he would not disclose information that should have been disclosed
Q1:The defendant was being truthful because he had no problem answering any one of the questions and didn’t take him long enough to lie
Q2:yes the father did interfere with her testimony because the father was answering every question they ask her for her
Q1.I think the defendant was being truthful about his drug uses and who he interacted with as he did claim he was guilty at the beginning of the court.The only thing that was required was that he would give more detail to his reasons on using drugs and how he would improve on himself as his answers where very shallow.
Q2.The father did interfere with the the daughter's testimony as it felt as if he was telling her what to say and when to say it and he was very secretive about it.This brought confusion among the jury as we didn't like the idea of him ordering the girl around.This can be seen before the case started when the jury asked him on what he said whereas he said no comment.This "no comment" went on through out the trial and it just brought frustration to the jury.
Q1. I believe the defendant was telling the truth with his statements regarding the drugs and the whole situation
Q2. During the second case I believe the father interfered with the defendants testimony because he was answering most questions and whispered something to his daughter in the beginning of her testimony
1. I believe that the defendant was not being truthful. The defendant would catch themselves saying more than they wanted to. Also it was a lot of drugs.
2. The father did interfere with the testimony. Right before the questioning, he was telling what to say, like he wanted her to tell a certain story.
Q1: I believe that the defendant wasn’t completely truthful about the story he told. I don’t think he lied about anything but I definitely believe he wasn’t telling the whole truth about his story and about other things as well
Q2: Yes, I do believe the defendants father interfered way too much with the testimony. The father wouldn’t allow for the defendant to fully answer the questions she was asked.
Q1: I believe that he was telling the truth about the whole drug thing.
Q2: yes the dad was interfering with the testimony because the dad was mostly answering the questions.
1.I felt he may have lied because it seems that he was selling drugs not just keeping them. He probably didn’t want to get more charges for being a drug dealer.
2. Yes i think he did influence her answers and choices because he seemed very sketchy and strict, you can tell she will listen to her father. He also said some questions couldn’t be answered.
Q1: I believe that the defendant on trial was being truthful with his statements regarding drugs and the whole situations.
Q2: During the second case I do believe the father interfered with the defendants testimony because he will speak to her privately and he pulled her out for a while.
1. I don't believe the defendant on trial was being truthful with his statements because when he was being questioned he seemed like he was off.
2. Yes I believe the father interfered with the defendants testimony as they stepped outside during the case and kept whispering through out the session.
Q1) I believe the defendant was being truthful about the drugs. The defendant answered the questions and admitted to the charges. The defendant seemed genuine and honest about the incident.
Q2) In my opinion the father was interfering with the testimony. He kept making comments, avoiding questions, and interrupting the case. I think he set a tone that the defendant followed and it completely changed the trajectory of things.
Q1: I do believe the defendant was being truthful over his drug use and what he was saying.
Q2: In the second case I do believe the father of the defendant interfered with the defendants testimony because the father kept interfering whenever the defendant said something or he would try to guide her answers in a different direction.
No, I don’t believe he was being truthful. He knew what he was doing and what the consequences would be. Yes the father was very aggressive and pushy and would answer questions for her
1. I do believe the defendant was being truthful with what he was saying about the drugs, he seemed scared a remorseful that he got caught.
2. I wasn’t there for the second case.
I do not believe he was truthful, because he had 10 tabs of LSD on him. 1 tab is required for hallucinations, I believe he was selling the extras. I also believe the dad did interfere, because he started whispering to his daughter during the case.
Q1: In my opinion, the defendant wasn’t being truthful because certain questions he wouldn’t answer it completely and you can notice he wasn’t being truthful when he said the wrong thing about a situation.
Q2: The father was being pushing and aggressive, wasn’t being complying with answering question. Wouldn’t let the daughter say certain things.
Yes I believe that the defendant was being truthful about his statement regarding the drugs and his testimony. Yes I believe that the father interfered with the defendants testimony because he brought up personal things that made the daughter emotional and cry during the case.
1. Yes I do believe the defendant was being truthful towards his statement and experience regarding the drugs. He admitted guilty of the use of lsd from the beginning and his mother confirmed his statements.
2. I do believe the father interfered with the defendant’s testimony because he would whisper in her ear and pull her aside, giving the impression that he wants her to respond a certain way.
Question 1: I believe that the defendent was truthful with his statement. Although he was saying the truth I do still believe he might have left out certain information. I feel like the questions did not get enough information about him or his life.
Question 2: I truly feel that the father interfered with the defendants testimony because he kept interrupting. I felt like he answered many of the questions that only she could. I was under the impression that he did not want to be seen as the bad guy in the situation when in reality they may have had daughter and father conflict. Hence why he kept interfering with the case.
1.) I do believe that the defendant was not being 100% truthful throughout the whole questioning time.
2.) I do believe the father interfered with the defendant´s testimony because when a question would be asked the father would sometimes say how she did not have to answer the question and he would always interrupt the questioning.
1. No I believe the defendant was not being truthful because he had a large quantity of LSD and said he did not plan to sell any of it.
2. I do believe the father interfered with the testimony because he didn't answer all the questions from the jury. His answer could have had an effect on the testimony but he responded with "no comment".
1. I believe that he wasn’t truthful about not doing drugs after the date of the situation.
2. I believe he tried but he really didn’t know what to say or do
1) I think the defendant wasn’t quite being honest about his situation regarding the drugs and it seemed a little rehearsed.
2) I think the father was trying to take charge of the whole trial forcing the defendant to say certain things so the defendant would seem innocent. I believe the father had to feel in charge since it may be possible that he is the main provider in a way.
1. Yes i do believe he was being truthful.
2. The father was answering the questions for the daughter which made it look suspicious.