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The trial for the 2017 offense concluded in June 2021.
Jurors deliberated till late Friday, delivering a verdict.
Jurors were deliberating into the evening.
Jurors watched multiple angles of the events leading and following the stabbing.
The prosecution and defense paint different contexts for the events which ended in a death.
The process, which can take several days, precedes the opening statements by the defense and prosecution.
Man living in Utah knew victim when he lived in Homer in 2019.
If convicted, the suspect faces 99 years imprisonment.
He’s currently being held at Lemon Creek Correctional Center.
The defendant was found guilty of fourteen separate charges.
The jury will decide whether the defendant is guilty or innoncent of the charges.
The jury of one’s peers is deliberating the defendant’s guilt.
With both prosecution and defense done bringing witnesses, the trial is entering its final stages.
The defense will now bring forth its witnesses.
The jury watched video of the defendant’s initial interview in custody.
Two expert witnesses and an investigator testified on a busy Thursday of the trial.
His testimony continues from Tuesday.
A Yakutat police officer and Alaska State Trooper testified Tuesday.
She found the victim dead and called 911.
Potential jurors expressed qualms about COVID mitigation measures in place.