[Watch live coverage of the trial on the LawNewz Network, with in-studio legal analysis in the player above when court begins. For a raw feed of the trial, watch in the player below this article.] The trial of Zachary Adams continues with scheduled Saturday testimony in Tennessee. Adams is one of six people arrested in connection with the disappearance and death of 20-year-old Holly Bobo and is the first to stand trial.
The Tennessee murder trial of Zachary Adams will hit a critical juncture this morning. Alleged co-conspirator Jason Autry will testify against Adams at 11:30 Eastern, 10:30 Central time. Watch the testimony LIVE on the LawNewz Network. We’ll also provide live, expert analysis from licensed attorneys. Autry is one of four witnesses granted immunity by the state in return for testimony against Aams.
I’ve been watching the Holly Bobo murder trial and providing instant analysis on the LawNewz Network. The first couple of days were rough. When my jaw wasn’t on the floor, I was left wondering whether I was really watching a really bad episode of the Twilight Zone (which just happened to somehow come true). We’ve discussed the facts elsewhere. (The state’s key witness, Jason Autry, is on the stand as I write; if true, his version of events is horrific.)
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