Defense attorney Mark MacDougall asks Ila Simmons, a retired trace evidence expert with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, to identify the spots on the sweatshirt confiscated from Earnest Daise that she tested for gun shot residue the afternoon of Oct. 16, 2013, during the third day of Daise's capital murder trial at the Beaufort County Courthouse.
Defense attorney Mark MacDougall asks Ila Simmons, a retired trace evidence expert with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, to identify the spots on the sweatshirt confiscated from Earnest Daise that she tested for gun shot residue the afternoon of Oct. 16, 2013, during the third day of Daise's capital murder trial at the Beaufort County Courthouse. Staff photo
Defense attorney Mark MacDougall asks Ila Simmons, a retired trace evidence expert with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, to identify the spots on the sweatshirt confiscated from Earnest Daise that she tested for gun shot residue the afternoon of Oct. 16, 2013, during the third day of Daise's capital murder trial at the Beaufort County Courthouse. Staff photo

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