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Monday's session of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon came to a premature end after the defense and prosecution argued over expert witness Andrew Donaldson's qualifications to testify on cellular co-location evidence.Thus, cellular evidence has been critically important for the prosecution's case.Prosecution counselor Laurence Carrier-Desjardins attested that the prosecution had found Donaldson aptly prepared to perform the job.Defense counselor Chad Mair remained adamant that Donaldson's background did not grant him the proper authority to comment on co-location in the trial.The judges of the Trial Chamber ended Monday's session early in order to deliberate on whether Donaldson would be returning to testify this week.
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