The prosecution and defense rested – the case is now up to Judge Perry and the jury! The 7 week long trial has consisted of “a long parade of witnesses” from the prosecution and just one defense witness. According to the Associated Press, Judge Perry has plans to rule on dismissal motions before the closing arguments, which are set for Thursday. Stay tuned for the final outcome on the trial!
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