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High profile murder trial of -- areas.
Of course she's accused of shooting her ex boyfriend stabbing him 27 times and slitting its throat.
And today her own defense attorney began his closing arguments by saying not once but -- -- -- -- times out of ten.
I don't even like -- areas.
That's from our own defense attorney he also told the jurors ignore the fact that she changed her story several times.
If you don't -- expertise of the -- -- the -- and routed Constance and she's not guilty of that.
I don't know where nowhere -- your jury instructions.
Are being asked to can fit -- areas of law.
Good grief wants -- -- defense wraps the case finally goes to the jury and if it can vick's -- areas of murder in the first degree.
She could face the death penalty.
But the judges also told jurors that they could instead to consider the lesser charge of manslaughter.
With the -- -- the -- the criminal defense attorney Rebecca rose woodland it's gone on so long I don't know how they keep their heads about.
I don't know what's going on in this case I saw the prosecution yesterday deliver his closing arguments the prosecutor is very aggressive -- he's very good at what he does.
But I don't really understand why they're not just sticking with the facts and keeping the emotion out of it because we have a jury that now has seen this woman.
On the stand for eighteen games.
In litigation terms that means they've -- com.
Knowledgeable of her we're not saying they like her we're not -- -- dislike her but having any emotion towards another human being -- Probably bring them into a lesser than first degree murder -- the death penalty charge because there's.
Up some sort of relationship it's a very strange thing.
But it's we've seen this before in death penalty cases.
That prosecution yesterday.
Just kept going on emotion rather than I say -- stick to the facts the facts are.
She changed her story out -- -- hello bar and over I need her defense attorney today what a heated hey what can he really -- Today doing his best -- doing his best of course I got I mean from the very beginning.
Because of all the -- and the months and months and months we've dealt with this it's important to remember back in the beginning we learned the neighbors are hearing things -- Then there's a ruckus.
Then all of a sudden he's shocked.
And the angle is way edges it's -- on and on and on.
I mean stick to the facts she changed her hair color she rented a car she put gas in our car.
Not from a gas station stick to the facts that we go to intent because that's really what the jury has to focus on here.
Did she have premeditation are not -- -- that intent did she have an intent to kill.
Or was it in her claim self defense.
Which would bring her out of manslaughter and out of first degree murder into a manslaughter or a lesser murder charge you know.
Throughout the entirety of this thing she -- did somebody was very interest thing -- instead of answering the question of the person who asked that.
Like you ask a question I wouldn't you.
But she looks at the jury.
Constantly making contact eye contact and otherwise -- that jury never faltered from.
And you wonder what effect that -- -- album I'll look -- hearing from the jurors on this if at all.
If they talk I mean I would assume they would and I will say that I'm sure her defense attorney.
Did caution -- To -- you know not get too emotional but when you get emotional look at the jury you -- have them have some sort of thought that you're human being because what you Dinah and she admitted she did these things she says she doesn't remember doing them.
But what she did is so outlandish the photos are so atrocious do I mean I've seen them they are really an awful awful so you know.
-- did jury needs to see something to save her from Jack in the defense not.
Saying she's lying I don't know what's true here but I do know that she says she remembers the shooting but not the stabbing.
The stabbing is the thing that is so personal it happens right here and 27 times -- she forgot she did it she as she did it but he forgot.
I now and this is where she's gonna have a very hard time nor will -- not 447365.
But we'll cover.
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