Criminal trials can become maze of evidence and testimony.
David Thomas’ trial last week was no exception.
At the end, Thomas walked away from felony child abuse charges that if convicted of, he would have serve 100- percent of the sentence for. Instead, a six man, six woman jury said Thomas was guilty of reckless endangerment, a misdemeanor crime.
As attorneys entered items for the jury to see, the testimony in the case wrapped itself in a web of uncertainty.