Like most trials on Soap Operas, Johnny Zaccara's trial is so unrealistic it is laughable. The defense didn't even know that Johnny was being charged with a capital crime until the first day of the trial? The father of the victim is the prosecutor? And then said prosecutor falsified evidence to make it a capital case by making it appear the victim was an undercover police officer? One of the jurors lives in the same house as one of the witnesses, who also happens to be his step-granddaughter? Since he's innocent he's bound to be convicted. Only the guilty are acquited in soap trials. This whole storyline just gets more and more ridiculous and unbelievable.