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Day two of Luis Gonzalez trial

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Judge Edward Volz Jr. listens in as Assistant State Attorney Dan Feinberg questions Bani Rangel, Luis Gonzalez former girlfriend, during the second day of his trial in Fort Myers on Wednesday Sept. 11, 2013. Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.

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William DeShazer/Staff Judge Edward Volz Jr. listens in as Assistant State Attorney Dan Feinberg questions Bani Rangel, Luis Gonzalez former girlfriend, during the second day of his trial in Fort Myers on Wednesday Sept. 11, 2013. Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.

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- Amanda Peterson, a former bartender at the Best Western Spring Resort Tiki Bar, testifies in the trial of Luis Gonzalez on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, in the Lee County Courthouse in Fort Myers. Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.
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- Judge Edward Volz discusses an objection with attorneys during witness testimony in the trial of Luis Gonzalez on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, in the Lee County Courthouse in Fort Myers.  Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.
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- Amanda Peterson, a former bartender at the Best Western Spring Resort Tiki Bar, testifies in the trial of Luis Gonzalez on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, in the Lee County Courthouse in Fort Myers.  Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.
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- Surveillance video from the Best Western Spring Resort Tiki Hut bar is played in the courtroom during the second day of the trial of Luis Gonzalez on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, in the Lee County Courthouse in Fort Myers.  Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.
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- Luis Gonzalez listens to proceedings in the second day of his trial on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, in the Lee County Courthouse in Fort Myers.  Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.
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- Judge Edward Volz reprimands defense attorney Donald Day for his demeanor with a witness during the trial of Luis Gonzalez on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, in the Lee County Courthouse in Fort Myers.  Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.
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- Amanda Peterson, a former bartender at the Best Western Spring Resort Tiki Bar, collects herself outside a Lee County courtroom after testifying in the trial of Luis Gonzalez on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, in Fort Myers.  Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.
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 Luis Gonzalez listens to testimony during the second day of his trial in Fort Myers on Wednesday Sept. 11, 2013. Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.
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Bani Rangel, Luis Gonzalez's former girlfriend, testifies during the second day of his trial in Fort Myers on Wednesday Sept. 11, 2013. Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.
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Judge Edward Volz Jr. addresses attorneys during the second day of Luis Gonzalez's trial in Fort Myers on Wednesday Sept. 11, 2013. Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.
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Defense attorney Donald Day Luis Gonzalez listens to testimony during the second day of his trial in Fort Myers on Wednesday Sept. 11, 2013. Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.
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Bani Rangel, Luis Gonzalez's former girlfriend, testifies during the second day of his trial in Fort Myers on Wednesday Sept. 11, 2013. Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.
  • William DeShazer/Staff 
Judge Edward Volz Jr. listens in as Assistant State Attorney Dan Feinberg questions Bani Rangel, Luis Gonzalez former girlfriend, during the second day of his trial in Fort Myers on Wednesday Sept. 11, 2013. Gonzalez is accused of failing to stop or remain at a crash scene involving death and negligent manslaughter with a weapon in the 2008 hit-and-run death of Tia Poklemba in San Carlos Park.

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