‘Rust' Trial: What Does Armorer's Guilty Verdict Mean for Alec Baldwin?

The "Rust" trial kicked off two weeks back, prompting Santa Fe's D.A., Mary Carmack-Altwies, to remind supporters that it's not just about Hannah Gutierrez Reed, but also about holding Alec Baldwin accountable.

Carmack-Altwies emphasized equality under the law, stating, "No one avoids culpability due to fame, wealth, or connections in my jurisdiction.

Despite initial setbacks, the D.A. secured a win with Gutierrez Reed's conviction for involuntary manslaughter.

The decision to outsource the case and hire private attorneys drew criticism from Marco Serna, Carmack-Altwies' opponent in the upcoming primary.

Gutierrez Reed's guilty verdict may have implications for Baldwin's trial, scheduled for July 9.

The outcome leaves Baldwin's legal team assessing the potential impact on their defense strategy.

Testimony and evidence from Gutierrez Reed's trial suggest Baldwin's involvement in safety lapses on the set of "Rust.

Prosecutors portrayed Baldwin as a Hollywood figure exerting authority on set, potentially influencing the jury's perception