The defense has rested in the trial of the man accused of murdering Yeardley Love.
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LIVE TWEETS FROM TRIAL
Saturday Afternoon Updates
2:58pm - Closing arguments are underway
2:30pm - "Judge Hogshire preparing to read the jury instructions. Odd that it's before closing arguments"
2:18pm - Huguely's defense rested their case just after 2pm. Huguely was not called to the stand to testify, but he wasn't expected to.
Saturday Morning Updates
9:52 - Prosecutor Dave Chapman objects to 2 defense medical witnesses; Says defense gave them information about earlier testimony | The experts in question are Dr. Jan Leetsma, who testified earlier this week, and Dr. Ronald Uscinski who is scheduled for today
9:45 - Trial begins with a dispute
9:00 - Trial start delayed, unknown reason. Trial was expected to begin at 9am
Here is what happened on Friday:
11:19 Saturday is a work day. Nothing Sunday, nothing Monday, for the holiday, and nothing on Tuesday because it's grand jury day here
# lovemurder # huguely In other words, after tomorrow, the next day for the # huguely # lovemurder trial will be Wednesday of next week.
10:10 Thomas said Love's laptop would have been valued at $100-$150 in May of 2010
# lovemurder # huguely. This is an important point, because in Virginia stealing something worth more than $200 is a felony.
9:59 Carolyn Wanamaker (not sure on the spelling) is the other high school girl that was visiting. Wannamaker says she saw Yeardley Love come in to
# Huguely apartment and hit him with her purse. Wannamaker also says the movie " Borat" was on that night in Huguely's apartment.
9:15 a.m. We're still waiting to see whether defense attorney Rhonda Quagliana is feeling better today.
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