When Adam Shacknai appeared in court he was impeccably dressed in a polished suit. His answers were polite and mild-mannered.
When he testified Adam spent some time cleaning his glasses when he was asked to examine photos of the crime scene and the victim – arguably his own handiwork.
This was his demeanor when the 911 call was played back in court.
On Adam’s final day in court, he appeared completely different – dressed casually in black, wearing a short-sleeved shirt and compared to everyone else in the room, under dressed, especially for January in California.
Outside court Adam was less polished, and so was his statement to the media.
As the retinue left the premises, Adam stood out as something of an oddball, even from a distance.
Apparently on the same day as the civil trial concluded, Adam sat down for an interview, still dressed in the same clothes. The interview appears to be in a hotel room.
This same wardrobe change from brown-grey suit to brown-grey shirt repeatedly itself in 2018.