Curiously, the arresting officer is out of town, so defense will not get to cross examine him. Defense rests without witnesses. Hynes making closing statement. He says the neighbor could not testify as to who was being loud and so therefore the state hasn't made its case of identifying Skylar. He points out there are no no trespassing signs so there is no evidence he wasn't privileged to be in the area. He says there is no way to know if the officer was authorized to give an order to leave.
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