It wasn't about the date of death. And you talk about ME having reading comprehension problems??????????<quoted text>
You've been told this repeatedly, a date of death is NOT required. Try to understand that is the LAW.
It was a question about HOW the GJ could list on the INDICTMENT that Caylee died "SOMETIME BETWEEN JUNE 15th and July 16th", when the ONLY FAMILY MEMBER TO TESTIFY BEFORE THEM, is on numerous records as saying that an ALIVE Caylee left the family home on Hopespring Drive, with her mother, at 12:50 PM on JUNE 16TH!
LAST TIME I CHECKED, JUNE 15 comes BEFORE June 16!