Steve is also perceived as innocent because Mrs.Henry was not able to recognize him from the pictures in the lineups. Mrs.Henry admits on only recognizing King.
Petrocelli: “Mrs. Henry, do you recognize anyone present today in this courtroom who was also in the drugstore on the day to which you are referring.”
Henry: “The gentlemen sitting at that table was one of the men arguing. (she points to king) (Myers 164).
This quote shows that Steve is innocent because if he was at the drugstore, it would of been more likely that Mrs.Henry would of recognized Steve. This proves Steve’s innocence because it would of been hard not to remember someone in a robbery or a crime scene. Mrs.Henry went through such a hard time then she would of most likely remembered who and who was there. Having Mrs.Henry not remembering Steve as someone being there is very beneficial for Steve and his ability to be free. Steve has been described in a variety of ways but he can also be perceived as innocent because Bobo stated that Steve did not give out a signal in the drug store. Bobo takes the stand and testifies what Steve’s actions were. Petrocelli: “You said that you received a sign from Mr.Harmon. Can you tell me what that sign