From what I could gather, her case is that Capital City Mortgage promised her a construction loan, failed to follow through, and charged her interest on the full amount of money she wanted to borrow but did not receive. If I had bother to stay I'm sure we would have gotten to the part where she was trying to prove the reason why Capital City Mortgage did not fund her was because (she claims) they didn't have the money to lend her.
Now this is just my impression, her voice kept on the verge of cracking. Oh, she's also claiming emotional distress. As I said, this is my impression, and she might be more easily distressed than some. As I said, just my impression. Not a statement of fact, just a feeeeeling.
Anyway, court on TV is interesting. Court in person, when the guards at the door have taken away your cell phone and you didn't bring a book... kinda dull. And slow. So after 3:30 I was out of there.