Friday February 22 continues to have the prosecution’s witnesses testify in the Jordan Johnson rape trial. Although the defense had one expert testify on Friday due to scheduling, the State is still presenting their witnesses in this case and the defense case is not expected to begin until next week. Over the past two weeks witnesses ranging from the accuser, to psychological experts, to police have taken the stand describing their involvement in the case. In the end, both the accused and the accuser admit they had sex. The only issue before the jury will be whether the accuser gave consent to the encounter as Johnson maintains, or she did not give consent, as the accuser maintains.
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