Here is the account of the event from P. Z. Myers blog Pharyngula, a pro-evolution blog. The worst the correspondent seemed to be able to say was that one of the qeustioners was a "plant" for one of the creationist witnesses during the Q&A time at the end of the trial. His evidence for the person being a plant was that he read his question from a piece of paper (and we know people never read questions from a piece of paper unless they're plants, right?).
At the end, the audience voted on whether the teacher should get her job back. Here are the results, also from Pharyngula:
36% Believe she should remain fired. 2% Believe she should remain fired, but for other reasons. 4% Believed should she keep her job, providing she stop including young earth science research as part of her teaching. 28% Believed she should keep her job, if she agrees to make it clear when teaching young earth research that most scientists reject that research and accept evolution as the explanation for the origins of the Earth and its plant and animal life. 31% Should be given her job back unconditionally (that is, she should be permitted to continue presenting research by young earth scientists that challenges evolution).