The transcripts of the Grand Jury testimonies about the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.

That's going to depend a lot on your schedule. Sheila and I have talked about this. It would be great if we could go five days a week for as long as it takes to get this done. As I said to Sheila yesterday, we're not going to be able to do that.

In a typical case we have a year to prepare to put on evidence and we don't have that here. And so, and as you may, you know, find out as the testimony comes in, we may have additional witnesses that we don't even know about today that we will have to, you know, present evidence on.

So that's going to be up to you. If you guys decide well, we'd like to meet for, you know, an afternoon on a certain day of the week and all day on Saturday, you know, or we'd like to meet two evenings during the week, whatever you all think is best. Understanding that the more often we meet, the quicker this will go, but I don't think it is realistic for either side, our side as well as your side to think that we're going to have, be able to put this case on Monday through Friday until we get done. I just don't think we could do it.

All right, you can talk about that during lunch what everybody kind of feels comfortable with as far as a schedule, okay.

As far as my job, I know my session is to end next Wednesday, so will we get a letter stating the fact that it has been extended?

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