Christina Snyder's attorney, Christopher Prezioso, also said the testimony was inconsistent and the evidence was insufficient for a conviction.
That's a not-guilty verdict," Prezioso
Regarding the allegation that Christina Snyder punched one of the victims in the stomach, Prezioso
said, if it did in fact happen, it would not rise to the level of child abuse creating injury, which requires that substantial physical pain or impairment be proven.
It's horrible to abuse any child," Prezioso
said that the allegation, which his
client denies, was not proof of child abuse.
also showed jurors a copy of medical records from when one of the children was taken to the hospital a day before going to police that indicated the child didn't have any lacerations, abrasions, burns or skin lesions.
said nothing in the case made sense and that the state failed to meet its burden to prove his
client guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
"No investigation was done in this case.