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On March 13th 2013 I had the opportunity to go to Hennepin County Criminal Court and was able to observe a jury trial The case that I sat in was about a credit card fraud that occurred at a gas station in New Hope Minnesota The Defendant Mrs Yesayan Gohar was charged with 8 counts of identity theft felony and Unlawful possession or use of scanning device or re-encoder Mrs Gohar was arrested in New Hope Minnesota a long with her husband whose trial has not yet begun at the time The criminal proceeding was very interesting as the use of language was very direct and formal 2 attorneys were representing the state as prosecutors And the defendant had a defense attorney representing her as well as a translator who spoke into a microphone while Mrs Gohar listened through headphones The defendant was accused of altering credit card machines at gas pumps at Shell gas stations in Plymouth MN among other states throughout the country as evidence reviled The defendant was not a resident of the state of Minnesota but California and was arrested on July 8th 2012 following a traffic stop along with her husband Suspicious behavior triggered the search of the car and the discovery of the skimmers which are illegal to possess in the state of Minnesota Prior to summoning the jury the judge asked both prosecutors and the defense to have all exhibitions ready that they wanted to be entered into evidence at the time of cross examinations The 12 jury members were brought in by order of the judge who instructed the usher to let them in from a side room The trial has been going on and it was the 3rd day when I had attended at this time prosecutors were examining witnesses the first witness was the detective in charge of searching the car at the time of the traffic stop he was asked about what he
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