In just hours, an unexpected witness will appear before the grand jury looking into the death of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri.
An attorney for the family of Michael Brown tells CNN the pathologist who was hired by the family and conducted the second autopsy will now testify.
Meanwhile, another plea is being made for peace in Ferguson as officials urge protesters to focus their energy on healing and not violence after the grand jury's decision.
"So what the decision may be. I may not like it you may like it, it may be the reverse, after we get the verdict, how do we heal?" St. Louis County Executive Charlie A. Dooley says.
CNN's Sara Sidner talks to a pastor who's been making waves in Ferguson.