Not guilty on all counts.
Outside courtroom several local and national news organization awaiting verdict. About three dozen people are outside the courthouse and the downtown area is packed with vehicles and parking is limited.
They are letting spectators in slowly but surely. Craft, her husband and her attorneys are standing behind the defense desk waiting on things to get started. The pews are about halfway full right now with others eagerly trying to get in. Officers and bailiffs are surrounding the interior of the courtroom. Security is heavier than it has been in recent days.
The court is allowing 39 people for the state's side and 25 on the defense side. There is a list. If they are not media or on the list for each side, they're not letting them in.
Tonya Craft has arrived at the courthouse with defense attorney Demosthenes Lorandos.
It's electric in here. Everybody is running around a little crazy. There are people lining the streets outside, waiting on the news.
The hallway outside the courtroom is completely packed. Defense attorney Scott King is standing right outside the courtroom door. Supporters led by Jennifer Sullivan are waiting behind the metal detectors to be let in.
Tonya Craft isn't here. They had to call her in from her parents house in East Ridge, Tenn.
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