As a result, reporters were barred from hearing testimony and distant family members and friends on both side of the case sat outside the courtroom waiting for clues as witnesses, immediate family members and attorneys emerged during breaks in the testimony.
Houk's supporters wore white T-shirts that read, "Support & Luv. In memory of Kenzie & Baby Houk."
Brown's supporters echoed claim his father made on ABC's "Good Morning America" that his son was not only "too young" to appreciate the magnitude of the crime but also was simply innocent.
"We're waiting here like everybody else, and we're here to support Jordan because we know he's innocent and believe in him," family friend Dodi Frankovich said during the first day of testimony. "And we believe the evidence will clear him."
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