Before the third day of the Jacole Prince child endangerment trial, Circuit Court Judge J. Dale Youngs met with attorneys to discuss legal issues that led to an early recess Tuesday. On Tuesday, Prince, the defendant, exhibited emotional distress during the appearance of her daughter, LP, causing Curt Winegarner, her Missouri Public Defender, to be concerned about her mental state. A physician prescribed medication. On Wednesday, Nov, 18, 2015, Judge Youngs (center) asked Prince if she was feeling better and decided that court would resume. Her lawyer Curtis Winegarner (left) listens.
Before the third day of the Jacole Prince child endangerment trial, Circuit Court Judge J. Dale Youngs met with attorneys to discuss legal issues that led to an early recess Tuesday. On Tuesday, Prince, the defendant, exhibited emotional distress during the appearance of her daughter, LP, causing Curt Winegarner, her Missouri Public Defender, to be concerned about her mental state. A physician prescribed medication. On Wednesday, Nov, 18, 2015, Judge Youngs (center) asked Prince if she was feeling better and decided that court would resume. Her lawyer Curtis Winegarner (left) listens. JILL TOYOSHIBA jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
Before the third day of the Jacole Prince child endangerment trial, Circuit Court Judge J. Dale Youngs met with attorneys to discuss legal issues that led to an early recess Tuesday. On Tuesday, Prince, the defendant, exhibited emotional distress during the appearance of her daughter, LP, causing Curt Winegarner, her Missouri Public Defender, to be concerned about her mental state. A physician prescribed medication. On Wednesday, Nov, 18, 2015, Judge Youngs (center) asked Prince if she was feeling better and decided that court would resume. Her lawyer Curtis Winegarner (left) listens. JILL TOYOSHIBA jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

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