The prosecution in Kerry Kennedy’s drugged-driving trial wrapped up its case Tuesday by calling a toxicologist to the stand. But the witness may have turned out to be more helpful to the defense.
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The ruling came from Judge John Donohue, who heard the case without a jury. At issue was whether Kennedy broke the law when he tried to take his two-day old child out of a Westchester County hospital.
Three nurses testified Tuesday on the second day of Douglas Kennedy’s trial, on charges that he attacked two nurses at Northern Westchester Hospital.
A confident Douglas Kennedy marched into Justice Court in Mount Kisco on Monday with his wife, Molly, and family by his side.
Douglas Kennedy stands accused of harassing two nurses in a maternity ward tussle. Their colleagues were on hand Thursday, as he went to court in Mount Kisco.
In January, surveillance cameras captured Douglas Kennedy attempting to leave Northern Westchester Hospital with his newborn, which is against hospital policy. The video shows two nurses trying to stop him and one nurse being pushed to the ground.