WITNESS SWORN BY THE COURT.
HARRIETT LUELLA SANDERS , a witness called on behalf of the defendant Gertrude Baniszewski on
Motion to Suppress Evidence, being duly sworn by the Court, testified as follows:
DIRECT EXAMINATION (OUT OF PRESENCE OF THE JURY),
QUESTIONS BY MR. WILLIAM ERBECKER, ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANT,
Q. Your name, Officer, is?
A. Harriett Luella Sanders.
Q. Are you a police officer, City of Indianapolis?
A. Yes, sir, I am.
Q. Were you such October 26, 1965?
A. Yes, sir, I was.
Q. Assigned to what Division at that time?
A. Juvenile Branch.
Q. What, if anything, did you do with specific reference to Gertrude Baniszewski, this defendant sitting in back of me?
A. Nothing, sir.
MR. ERBECKER: No further questions.
MR. NEW: No questions.
THE COURT: Any questions, Mr. Bowman?
MR. BOWMAN: No, Your Honor.
THE COURT: Alright, you know what separation of witnesses means?
WITNESS: Yes, sir, I do.
THE COURT: There has been a separation of witnesses in this case. That means you are not to tell one another what you have said. You are permitted to talk to the lawyers.
MR. ERBECKER: The defendant Gertrude Baniszewski now rests on her Motion to Suppress and Reject Evidence.
THE COURT: State?
MR. NEW: No evidence.
THE COURT: Now the defendants Coy Hubbard and John Stephan Baniszewski may present evidence on their Motion to Suppress.
MR. BOWMAN: Officer Harmon.
THE COURT: You were sworn before?
P.O. HARMON: Yes.