I wasn't sure if this should go in the current events forum or the sports forum. The mods can switch it as they see fit.
I know that trials these days have become popular entertainment for many. I do not tend to follow too many live television trials since the O.J. Simpson murder trail.
Upon seeing the news broadcasts today, I was wondering as to whether or not it is "typical" or "required" for the prosecution to openly discuss they evidence they propose to have when bringing a murder charge during an araignment? Or is it more common to simply read the charges and not discuss any evidence until the trial begins?
The other thing that came to mind as I watched this today was what ever happened with the whole Oscar Pistorius case?
I will likely follow this trial as closely as my time allows me to as I am a big NFL Football fan and my sister and brother in law are big New England Patriots fans.