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Peggy Wilson, Witness for the Defendant


MR. LLOYD: Ms. Peggy Wilson, please.

(Whereupon, the witness was first duly sworn.) PEGGY WILSON, being first duly sworn, was examined and testified as follows during DIRECT EXAMINATION by MR. LLOYD:

Q.    Ms. Wilson, would you state your name for the record, please, ma'am.

A.    Peggy Wilson.

Q.    Okay. If you can keep your voice up so the jurors all the way on the end can hear you. And where do you live, Ms. Wilson?

A.    3513 Chippendale Trail, Greensboro.

Q.    Are you employed, Ms. Wilson?

A.    No, sir.


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Q.    And how do you know Ronnie Kimble?

A.    I met Ronnie through church. He was about 12, 13 years old when we went down there.

Q.    And did you maintain that relationship with him?

A.    Yes, sir.

Q.    And did there come a time, Ms. Wilson, when he stayed in your home?

A.    Yes.

Q.    And when was that, if you remember?

A.    I don't remember exactly when. They were -- he was, you know, like I said, very young at that time.

Q.    What was the duration of his stay?

A.    A week.

Q.    All right. And did you trust him in your home, Ms. Wilson?

A.    Absolutely.

Q.    Was there anything that you saw that indicated that trust was justified?

A.    Well, I know there's been things -- you know, just like in any household that things have been left laying around, loose change, or whatever, valuables maybe, and nothing was ever gone. It was always there.

Q.    Now, did you -- well, let me ask you this, Ms. Wilson: If you had to choose adjectives to describe the Ronnie Kimble that you knew, how would you describe


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him?

A.    He's honest. He's pleasant. He's cheerful. He's a hard worker. Dependable. Loving. Cares for other people.

MR. LLOYD: That's all I have, Your Honor.

CROSS-EXAMINATION by MR. PANOSH:

Q.    Did you know Patricia Kimble?

A.    Yes. Not real well, but I knew her.

Q.    And what was your impression of her?

MR. LLOYD: Well, objection, Your Honor.

THE COURT: Overruled.

THE WITNESS: I liked Patricia. She's a very nice person.

Q.    What about Theodore Kimble? Do you know him?

A.    Yes, sir.

MR. LLOYD: Objection, Your Honor. Not only is it beyond the scope of what we asked on direct, it is entirely irrelevant to this case.

THE COURT: Overruled.

Q.    Do you know Theodore Kimble?

A.    Yes.

Q.    And what was your opinion of him?

A.    The same as Ronnie. He's a very nice person.

MR. PANOSH: No further questions.

THE COURT: Step down, ma'am. Next witness,


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please.

(Witness stood aside)

 

 

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