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  1. (Ms. Gibla) Do you ever see him at my house?
  2. (Ms. Friendly) Sometimes when he's picking up Tommy for his visits. (Ms. Gibla) Have you ever seen him any other times?
  3. (Ms. Gibla) Why do you think he's doing that? (Ms. Friendly) I think he's doing that because - (Mr. Lawless) Objection; calls for speculation
  4. (Judge) Sustained. Ms Gibla, your witness cannot testify about something which she has no personal knowledge of. She's not a mind reader, she cannot possibly guess why Mr. Filfo would do or would not do something.
  5. Ms. Friendly, you cannot answer that question. Ms. Gibla, next question.
  6. (Ms. Gibla) What happened? (Mr. Lawless) Objection, vague as to time.
  7. (Judge) Ms. Gibla, you may continue
  8. (Ms. Gibla) Thank you your honor. Ms. Friendly, what happened two weeks ago?
  9. (Ms. Gibla) Was that Mr. Filfo's usual time?
  10. (Ms. Friendly) No, Mr. Filfo's usual time is at 2:30 in the afternoon. (Ms. Gibla) Did you let Tommy go with Mr. Filfo? (Ms. Friendly) No
  11. (Ms. Gibla) Why? (Ms. Friendly) Because the moment I opened the door I saw that Mr. Filfo he had glossy eyes, he smelled like liquor,
  12. he had obviously something spill all over his shirt and I just didn't think I should let Tommy go with him in that condition. (Ms. Gibla) What happened next?
  13. (Ms. Gibla) Where was Tommy?
  14. (Ms. Gibla) Did Mr. Filfo come back? (Ms. Friendly) Yes
  15. (Ms. Gibla) What time? (Ms. Friendly) He came back at 3:45 in the afternoon.
  16. (Ms. Gibla) Was I already home? (Ms. Friendly) Yes
  17. (Ms. Gibla) Were you still there? (Ms. Friendly) Yes
  18. (Ms. Gibla) Why? (Ms. Friendly) Because I was worried about you and Tommy, I didn't want to leave you alone.
  19. (Ms. Gibla) Why were you so worried? (Ms. Friendly) I heard some gossip from Rose, our neighbor, that when Mr. Filfo gets drunk, he gets into fights -
  20. (Judge) Sustained. Ms. Friendly, you cannot testify about what you overheard somebody else say. Ms. Gibla, you may continue.