CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - There is no testimony today in the case of George Huguely because of President’s Day.
Jurors are expected to begin deliberating on Wednesday.
The former University of Virginia lacrosse player is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend Cockeysville native Yeardley Love back in 2010.
Huguely's attorney acknowledged in closing arguments Saturday his client had a role in Yeardley Love's death.
However he blamed his actions on youthful indiscretion and the couple's volatile relationship.
For more up-to-the minute updates when the trial resumes, follow Christian Schaffer on Twitter, @chrisinbmore. He's been tweeting testimony as it happens.
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