A teenager from a rich family kills a schoolmate because he refused to sell him test answers. His defense argues that he was not responsible for his actions because of the medication he was prescribed.
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Greg Loomis's trial takes place in January and/or February. When McCoy is cross-examining Loomis, McCoy asks about an incident "last year, in November" in which Loomis set a fire in a former school's chemistry lab. McCoy then goes on to ask about an incident "six months later, in March" in which Loomis deflated basketballs at a different school. If the arson really did take place the previous year in November, how could McCoy know about something that would take place six months later, as six months hadn't yet passed since the previous November? McCoy should have said, "two years ago" or "in 2004." See more