UBC psychology class keeps eye on Hyatt trial
Ashlee Hyatt, 16, died.
The classmate who allegedly stabbed her, is now an 18-years-old and stands trial for second degree murder.
Since the trial started last week, the courtroom has been packed with observers.
Among them have been Stephen Porter, a psychology professor at UBC Okanagan, and his grad students.
He explained why they're paying such close attention to the case, to Daybreak host Chris Walker.
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