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

Just some housekeeping things. I made a copy for each of you of the journal entry that was done by the last witness yesterday and I marked that previously as Grand Jury Exhibit Number 64, and so I will pass that around. For each of you. And also last night you indicated that you would like to get a copy of the transcript of Darren Wilson's testimony, and I made one copy because as you can see, it is like thick and voluminous.

I can make extras if you all want your own and feel like you want your own, I will be happy to make you extras. I didn't know if maybe while you are talking and deliberating somebody can be looking through this as kind of to read for the rest of them.

And I will tell you that at the end of the transcript there is an index and it will tell you what page and line a certain word appears on. So if you know what you are looking for, you could probably go back and search for it by referring to the index.

For example the word easy, you recall he said something was easy, you know, and you're not sure about that. You might look back and find the word easy and you find that it appears on page 265 and line seven. And that would be the way for you to kind of reference if you are looking for something in particular.

So I will give this to you now. You can look at it during the lunch hour and if you guys decide each one want your own copy, I can make copies. So I will give that to since you are right there.

So we're going to have the first witness for today, he's here. He's a toxicologist. You all ready, you want to take a break. Can we start with him? I anticipate might be about an hour that he's testifying. Anyone? All right. I will go get him. of lawful age, having been first duly sworn to testify the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth in the case aforesaid, deposes and says in reply to oral interrogatories, propounded as follows, to-wit:


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