Sonics Trial Blog
Seattle Times reporters Percy Allen, Jim Brunner and Danny O'Neil are filing updates from the courthouse throughout the day.
June 19, 2008 4:24 PM
Posted by Percy Allen
Sonics' attorney Brad Keller said he expects to close their case in the morning after calling former Sonics President Walker, Seattle developer Matt Griffin and City Councilmember Nick Licata.
Seattle attorney Paul Lawrence said he planned to call Seattle Center director Robert Nellams as a rebuttal witness to refute claims made by Sonics interim President Danny Barth in his testimony on Wednesday.
Keller asked if both sides should present closing arguments tomorrow, but Pechman said no.
She wants the attorneys to clean up their evidence and present it to her again. She plans to ask questions about case law and "then we'll take a deep breath and everybody can get themselves ready to make closing arguments."
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