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Topic - Robert Greenberg
Opening arguments in the Lululemon murder trial are expected to begin Wednesday and will include several graphic photos of the crime scene, officials said in court Tuesday.
Jury selection began Monday in the murder trial of Brittany Norwood, the woman accused of fatally beating a co-worker — and then attempting to cover up the crime — at the Lululemon yoga boutique in Bethesda.
A woman charged with killing a co-worker at an upscale yoga clothing shop in Montgomery County spoke willingly to police multiple times, and nearly everything she said to investigators before being taken into custody can be used at her upcoming trial, a judge ruled Friday.
"It's like looking down a tunnel that gradually narrows until it disappears entirely," said Dr. Robert Greenberg, CEO and founder of Second Sight. "What we're doing is reopening the window that had closed on them."
”In about 30 minutes we should have our jury,” Circuit Judge Robert Greenberg told the room of impatient jurors Tuesday evening.