Jury To Resume Deliberating Wednesday Morning In Callie Long Retrial - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/4/08

Jury To Resume Deliberating Wednesday Morning In Callie Long Retrial

The jury in the Callie Long case will resume deliberating Wednesday morning. The jury has been deliberating since 4 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.

Callie Long is on trial for failure to stop and render aid in the August 2003 death of Brett Walrath. During closing arguments prosecutor told the jury Long failed to obey the law and did not stop and render aid. She also had a blood alcohol level of .13 , that is one and a half times the legal limit.

On the other hand Longs defense attorney told the jury the law does not require you be perfect it requires you to be reasonable.

Long's attorney said Callie did try and stop and render aid. He asked the jury to have courage for Callie and return a verdict of not guilty. NewsChannel 11 will bring you that verdict as soon as the jury makes a decision.

 

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