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After the shots were fired, Webb told jurors, he drove west onto the Interstate 35 frontage road, took a right on 11th Street and eventually ended up about a mile away near Disch Falk Field, where emergency responders found him lying on a utility box.
Earlier: Donald Graves Jr. on Monday told jurors that he was on his way home when, at red light on Interstate 35 and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, a panicked young man banged on his passenger's window.
"It is passing him," Karim testified.
He had no idea it was officers who had approached the car, Webb told jurors.
The next four struck the driver's window, hitting Carter in the stomach, left thigh, shoulder and back of his head, Karim said.
officer Nathan Wagner, who shot and killed Byron Carter Jr. the night of May 30, 2011.
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Attorney Adam Loewy, who is representing Carter's family, attempted to poke holes in Karim's examination, pointing to photographs Karim took of a model posing where Wagner could have been Omega Seamaster 300m Diver
The weapon forensics expert told jurors he could not determine the exact place where Wagner had been standing. But he said that through his analysis, he was able to determine the muzzle of the officer's Glock had to be between 5 and 11 inches away and he been holding the weapon 40 to 46 inches from the floor.
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11, he testified.
Wagner and his partner, Jeffrey Rodriguez, have testified that before they could speak with the men, the car attempted to leave the parking spot and accelerated in their direction, forcing them to jump out of the way and hitting Rodriguez in the shin, they told jurors.
The firearms expert said the photos had been taken before he spoke to Wagner about the incident and were to be used only to determine trajectory not the officer's distance from the vehicle.
"He was within close proximity to the vehicle," Karim said.
On the witness stand last week, Webb said that he and Carter had been in a car that was parallel parked on East Eighth Street, when Carter yelled as Webb was shifting the car into gear. "'Go.' Just 'go', like we were in danger," Webb testified he heard.
"Let me in. Let me in. I've been jumped," Graves remembered the teen, later identified as Leyumba Webb, told him. Graves refused but noticed the back of Webb's shirt was bloody as the boy, then 16, turned around to walk away.
Closing arguments set for Tuesday in fatal shooting trial
Wagner fired five shots at the car in 1.4 seconds, hitting the windshield and the driver's window, according to court testimony. Carter was struck four times, including once in the back of the head, and Webb once in the arm.
Wagner and his partner, Jeffrey Rodriguez, have testified that they had been out on bike patrol, as part of an operation targeting suspicious activity in East Austin, and began following Carter and Webb because they were walking rapidly and looking in all directions.
12:15 update: Both sides have rested their cases in the civil trial against the Austin Police Department and an officer who shot and killed Byron Carter in May 2011. District Judge Lee Yeakel has recessed jurors until Tuesday morning when closing arguments are expected to begin attorneys work on the charge.
In court Monday, Austin police firearm examiner Greg Karim said his analysis showed Wagner fired five shots into the car in which Carter had been a passenger, the first piercing the inspection sticker on the windshield.
Carter's family is seeking up to $1.5 million in damages in the case, in which jurors will have to decide whether the use of deadly force by Wagner was reasonable or excessive, violating Carter's constitutional rights.
The shift leader at University Medical Center Brackenridge was the first witness to take the stand Monday in the civil trial against the Austin Police Department and Omega Women's Diamond Watch
standing. "The car was not coming at him. The car was passing him," Loewy said.
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