Posted: 1:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013
By Josh Kirkendall
At the onset of Adam Jones' trial on Tuesday, continued from Monday, is Shannon Wesley is getting ready to take the stand to testify on her version on the night with her confrontation with Adam Jones.
According to reports from Kimball Perry with the Cincinnati Enquirer, the visiting Judge Taylor presiding over the trial, announced that if Wesley admits to pouring beer on Jones, she could be charged with disorderly conduct. As a result, a recess was requested to discuss whether Wesley should testify now.
Judge Taylor: (Here it comes) I'm going to advise her of her constitutional rights under the 5th Amendment." Pouring a beer on someone...— Kimball Perry (@kimballperry) October 8, 2013
... is a crime and if she testifies she did, she could be charged with a crime, the judge said.— Kimball Perry (@kimballperry) October 8, 2013
MJ Donovan, the civil attorney for Shannon Wesley, is in the audience listening to this. She DOESN'T look happy.— Kimball Perry (@kimballperry) October 8, 2013
Prosecutor Bernadette Longano asks for a brief recess to consider if Shannon Wesley will testify or not.— Kimball Perry (@kimballperry) October 8, 2013