THE COURT: You haven't been sworn in, have you? Raise your right hand. Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth in the matter now pending before the Court, so help you God?
WILSON: I do.
THE COURT: Come right around here, please.
Q: Would you state your name please, ma'am?
A: Gloria Wilson.
Q: And Ms. Wilson, where do you live?
A: I live -- West Memphis.
Q: Okay. And back in, on May fifth of 1993, were you conducting alcohol safety programs for people who had received DWIs and were required to go to alcohol safety school?
A: Yes, I was.
Q: Okay. And any -- when did you start, when was the first time you started doing those classes?
A: May fifth of '93.
Q: Okay, so that, that was the first night you'd ever done that?
Q: And when did those classes start?
A: The time?
Q: Yes, ma'am.
A: Six o'clock in the evening.
Q: Okay. And when would those classes end?
A: Well, anywhere from 7:30 to 8:00. But on these particular ones, they ran closer to 8:00 because it was my first ??? and I was being evaluated.
Q: Can -- when you say evaluated, there was somebody there observing what you were doing?
Q: Okay. And, so, how late did this class that you conducted on May fifth, how late would it have gone to?
A: At least fifteen to eight.
Q: Okay. Now, I'd like to show you what's marked as State's Exhibit 2B, which is kind of a sign-in sheet. Is that a sign-in sheet you used or a copy of one you would use to -- for people to sign in on a particular -- at the meetings?
A: No, this is a list that I make, and when they come to class I just call them by name and check and see they are there in the class. But I do have a list that they do sign --
A: -- They, they sign in.
Q: Okay. Have you got that with you?
A: No, ahh, maybe in the parti -- first particular session he mighta not have signed in.
Q: Okay, well this indicates this --
A: This indicated that I did call ah, call 'em out by name and check. The checks indicate that they were in class.
Q: Okay. And who is the last one on this roster?
A: Jessie Misskelley.
Q: And that's Jessie Misskelley, Senior?
A: Yes, it is.
Q: And does it show that he was checked as being present on that first class?
Q: And that would have been on May fifth, is that correct?
DAVIS: Your Honor, at this time we move for the introduction of State's Exhibit 2B.
STIDHAM: No objection.
THE COURT: Alright, it may be received without objection.
DAVIS: May we exhibit to the jury now?
THE COURT: Yes, you may.
DAVIS: Mr. Stidham, did y'all ever introduce that receipt? The receipt showing that he was there on the fifth?
STIDHAM: I think we introduced the original receipt.
DAVIS: No, that's a different receipt.
UNKNOWN: Here it is. Is this it?
DAVIS: Yeah, okay.
Q: I’d like to refer you to exhibit -- Defendant’s Exhibit Number Five. Is that a receipt that Jessie Misskelley, Senior, reflecting that he paid fifty dollars to that class on May fifth? (HANDING TO WITNESS)
A: (EXAMINING) Yes, it is.
Q: Okay. And from -- so based on your testimony persons attending that class would not have left until a quarter til eight, at least, on that day?
A: Um, um hmm.
STIDHAM: No questions, your Honor.
THE COURT: Alright, you may stand down. Any reason to keep her here?
FOGLEMAN: No, sir.
THE COURT: You're free to go, thank you ma'am. Call your next witness.