The proceedings on the Woodrow Trial continued this morning and will finish this afternoon.
The trial began at 10:30am, paused for a lunch break at 11:55am and resumed at 1:30pm.
Vikus Khaladkar is the Crown Prosecutor.
He says after the final cross examinations on Woodrow, one more Crown witness will take the stand.
Khadladkar says the questionings on the witness shouldn’t take long.
After the trial, Judge John Joy requested that both sides present their argument in a written format.
From there, Judge Joy will closely review both arguments and then make his final decision.
Khadladkar says unfortunately, this process could take several months before both sides submit their written argument.
On May 26, 2009, Constable James Woodrow was charged with one count of assault and one count of forcible confinement.