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Fiscal Depute Frank Clarke, prosecuting, asked: 'Were you able to hear what was ordered?
'He replied: 'From memory, I believe it was vodka, more than one, but I could not be certain of that.'Asked how many people were at the table, he replied: 'I could not see the table.'Mr May said Nutini left the bar about ten minutes before him and he next saw him about 15 minutes later in the driver seat of a black Mini at traffic lights on Maxwellton Street and Canal Street, with a woman in the car.
Another former Paskett staffer, Dorene Browne-Louis, was indicted on two counts of obstruction of justice, the U. attorney's office in the nation's capital announced Thursday afternoon.
In July 2016, Mc Cullum, who had left Plaskett's office, allegedly created a Hotmail email account and "sent at least eleven email messages to multiple persons, including politicians, members of the media, and other persons known to [Plaskett]."At least 10 of the emails contained "one or more of the nudge images and videos," according to .
Mr Franchi asked: 'He goes back to his table and you don't know what happens, those drinks could have been spilled, you don't know', to which Mr May agreed.
The defence agent also asked whether Mr Nutini could have been ordering a soft drink, saying: 'You cannot tell the court if he ordered vodka or soda and lime.'Mr May replied: 'I believe I heard vodka being ordered but not anything else.' The court also heard from police officer Laura Murray, who was called to Canal Street towards midnight on February 21, to a report of a car being driven by someone who had allegedly been drinking.
Mc Cullum's initial court appearance has not been scheduled, according to the release from the U. attorney's office, and it's unclear if he has been arrested.
The cyberstalking charge carries a statutory maximum of five years in prison.
The prosecutor asked: 'On seeing this Mini driver and recognising Mr Nutini, what were your thoughts?
'He answered: 'I had seen him drinking at the bar having more than what would be the legal limit of one to two drinks.'He added: 'At first I was a bit thrown and continued my journey home, then I called the police to tell them what I had seen.'During cross-examination, Mr May agreed Mr Nutini was sitting behind him.
Pc Murray was sitting next to the singer in the back seat on the journey to the police station.