Prosecution rests

August 14, 2012
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The prosecution in S.C. versus Harris rested today, after having called only one witness, Oconee sheriff’s officer Casey Bowling. After a defense motion for a directed verdict of acquittal was denied, Charles Monroe Harris’s lawyer began to call members of the Harris family who testified they don’t believe Harris would be the type to solicit a minor on the Internet. The first defense witnesses to testify were Harris’ estranged wife, Dorothy, and the couple’s daughter, Sabrina, who lived with her father after the couple separated.

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