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The Court of Justice of the European Union held a hearing Tuesday in a case that could result in the EU redefining marriage for all 28 member states.The case, submitted by the Constitutional Court of Romania, involves a same-sex couple, Romanian citizen Adrian Coman and Robert Claibourn Hamilton, an American.Prosecutors played a recording made by a friend of Joyner-Francis of a Snapchat posting by one of the defendants the day before the fight.The post shows Joyner-Francis trying to talk to her alleged assailant in what Curley was told was an attempt to defuse the situation.The posting also includes a message noting that the girl charged with homicide was "bouta fight her," followed by several emojis indicating that a person was laughing so hard she was crying.In the posting, the defendants can also be heard reportedly saying, "She's scared. We gonna get her."Curley also testified that one of the defendants said in an online post the next day that she was told to wear her sneakers, indicating that there was going to be a fight.He said the teacher found Joyner-Francis sitting on the floor, trying to prop herself up with her hands before she uttered her last words."They jumped me.They snuck me," she told the teacher, according to Curley.

Wilmington police detective Thomas Curley testified that in an online group chat the day before the attack, Joyner-Francis offered advice to one of her friends about a problem involving a boy, telling her friend to "just be careful." Curley said the defendants were later brought into the chat, and that the alleged attacker thought Joyner-Francis was talking about her.

“If the EU’s highest court decides to contradict constitutional protections of marriage, it would lead to an unprecedented conflict of norms.

It would create legal chaos and division, not more harmonization.” The high court likely won’t issue a decision in the case for several months.

He acknowledged that the girl's school performance and attendance had declined in the past year and that some of her friends were delinquent, but he asserted that her issues amount to "correctible behavior."Prosecutors are seeking to try the girl in Superior Court, where she faces up to eight years in prison if convicted.

They note that she showed no remorse immediately after the fight or later, after learning that Joyner-Francis, whose fingernails were ripped out during the fight, had died."Somebody else must have kicked her. Well they're not going to put this on me," the girl said after learning of Joyner-Francis' death, according to deputy attorney general Theresa Sedivec.

Wilmington police detective Thomas Curley testified that in an online group chat the day before the attack, Joyner-Francis offered advice to one of her friends about a problem involving a boy, telling her friend to "just be careful." Curley said the defendants were later brought into the chat, and that the alleged attacker thought Joyner-Francis was talking about her.

“If the EU’s highest court decides to contradict constitutional protections of marriage, it would lead to an unprecedented conflict of norms.

It would create legal chaos and division, not more harmonization.” The high court likely won’t issue a decision in the case for several months.

He acknowledged that the girl's school performance and attendance had declined in the past year and that some of her friends were delinquent, but he asserted that her issues amount to "correctible behavior."Prosecutors are seeking to try the girl in Superior Court, where she faces up to eight years in prison if convicted.

They note that she showed no remorse immediately after the fight or later, after learning that Joyner-Francis, whose fingernails were ripped out during the fight, had died."Somebody else must have kicked her. Well they're not going to put this on me," the girl said after learning of Joyner-Francis' death, according to deputy attorney general Theresa Sedivec.

EU member Sweden is currently debating opening marriage to polygamous relationships.