Raleigh police officer Matthew Kohr, left, listens to a question from Tricia Derr, an attorney representing Starbucks as he testifies on the witness stand in his case in a Wake County courtroom in Raleigh on Wednesday, May 6, 2015. He is suing Starbucks after he burned himself when a cup of coffee spilled on him.
Raleigh police officer Matthew Kohr, left, listens to a question from Tricia Derr, an attorney representing Starbucks as he testifies on the witness stand in his case in a Wake County courtroom in Raleigh on Wednesday, May 6, 2015. He is suing Starbucks after he burned himself when a cup of coffee spilled on him. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Raleigh police officer Matthew Kohr, left, listens to a question from Tricia Derr, an attorney representing Starbucks as he testifies on the witness stand in his case in a Wake County courtroom in Raleigh on Wednesday, May 6, 2015. He is suing Starbucks after he burned himself when a cup of coffee spilled on him. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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