And yet another video blog entry to inflict upon you all.
The case in question is Hilliard v. Commonwealth and it concerns interrogation of a detained suspect.
You'll notice that I was fooling around with the title features in this one. It's still out of sync somewhat and I think I'm going to buy a specific line to run audio from my recorder to the computer and see if that does anything to fix the problem.
As to the content, it's rough, about 5 minutes too long and overly verbose (I'm a rambling man . . .). I think I may have to limit these entries to weekends when I have more time to do retakes and edit. It's been a while since I worked at my A/V department in college (in case none of you have figured it out, I'm a geek) and I'd forgotten how long it actually takes to get things right.
Hopefully, as I continue to inflict these things upon ya'll they will tend to improve in quality and content. In the meantime enjoy making fun of my mistakes and misstatements.