More out of town "experts" in the Elija McClain trial. Why?? George talks about the second day of the trail, exploring why the A.G.'s office need to bring in two out of state attorneys who have never tried a murder case in their life. (plus, these two lawyers have lots of experience in civil cases not criminal) George also points out the enormous cost to Colorado taxpayers for an out of state video expert. Why didn't the A.G. use the FBI like other high profile murder prosecutions in Colorado? Are these choices going to impact the effectiveness of the state's case?