Professional photographer brought in to testify in Jerry Walker trial

On day two of the Jerry Walker trial, prosecutors are trying to show Walker staged pictures he used as evidence at a tribunal hearing.

Professional photographer Glenn Hall took the stand on Wednesday.

He says he analyzed the pictures in question.

The tribunal was held for Walker to appeal his termination from his position as Paducah Middle School Assistant Principal.

Walker is accused of staging the pictures to prove he was at a school track meet in 2013.

Prosecutors say he was instead using school money to spend the weekend with another school employee.

Hall testified that the pictures were shopped and taken after the May track meet.

The defense questioned the accuracy of photoshop and Hall’s experience as a professional photographer.

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