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Jurors in the high-profile trial of former University of Virginia lacrosse player George W. Huguely V are to start deliberations Wednesday on whether to find the defendant guilty of first-degree murder or a lesser charge after two weeks of emotional testimony, graphic crime-scene pictures and challenging scientific evidence.
The high-profile murder trial of former University of Virginia lacrosse player George W. Huguely V will go to a jury Wednesday, following a weekend of dramatic closing arguments.
Prosecutors in their closing arguments on Saturday portrayed George W. Huguely V as a hulking male athlete kicking in a bedroom door and scaring a young woman half his size into cowering on her bed in a corner before he killed her.
The murder trial of George W. Huguely V was delayed for a second day because of an ill attorney, setting up a busy Saturday in which the defense is expected to conclude its case before closing arguments.
The murder trial of George W. Huguely V is postponed until Friday because one of his defense attorneys is sick.
George W. Huguely V lied to friends about his whereabouts the night Yeardley Love was killed and had a "blank stare" on his face after he returned to his apartment, a close friend testified Wednesday.
Yeardley Love could have been alive for hours after a violent confrontation with her former boyfriend, an expert prosecution witness in the murder case against former University of Virginia lacrosse player George W. Huguely V said Tuesday.
Prosecutors in the murder trial of George W. Huguely V presented crime-scene evidence and medical-examiner reports Monday, including gruesome and graphic descriptions of the victim's head and neck injuries, to build their case against the former University of Virginia lacrosse player.
A former University of Virginia lacrosse player said he got physical with his former girlfriend but did not kill her, sobbing and saying "she's not dead" when detectives told him she died, according to a videotape played Friday at his murder trial.