July 7 - August 13, 1987: Jeffrey MacDonald vs. Joe McGinniss
July 10, 1987: Testimony of Bernard Segal
Note: Pages 2 & 3, (both Index pages) were not included in the transcript when I received it
The page below is somewhat difficult to read. Translation follows the scanned page
Translation of the above page as I read it to be
I understand that there was an conclusion order made yesterday. I'm not clear as to the basis of the order, and and
THE COURT: It's under the Federal Rules of Evidence. If any party makes a motion to ( not sure here if the word is include or exclude) witnesses, he has the right to do so.
MR. TOWNE: I understand, your honor. From that I presume that that was a defense motion since she is listed only on the defense witness list.
THE COURT: Say that again.
MR. TOWNE: I understand -- I inferred that that was the defense motion since she is listed on the defendant's witness list.
THE COURT: No, it was a motion for all witnesses, not just witnesses to be called by one side.
MR. TOWNE: I understand, your Honor. And I think I may not have made myself clear, that is, I inferred that it was a motion made by the defense to (not sure here if the word is include or exclude) the witness.
THE COURT: Yes, it was Mr. Kornstein's motion.
MR. TOWNE: And in that -- based on that understanding, my request that Miss Stephens be allowed to attend has several bases: First, that I believe, and I will cite the case -- for the Court civil authorities that she has a right as a member of the public, a common-law