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Prosecution Expected to Rest Today in the UVA Lacrosse Murder Trial

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Feb 15, 2012 8:31am

Yesterday was another day of graphic testimony in the trial of former UVA lacrosse player George Huguely in the death of Cockeysville native and Notre Dame Prep alum Yeardley Love. The Washington Post story, Doctors in George Huguely Case Cite Bruising in Yeardley Love’s Brain gives further details on Love’s injuries and what actions doctors believe could have led to the damage.

This CBS News video on the Washington Post website also gives details about yesterday’s testimony.

In Prosecution to Rest Wednesday in Huguely Trial, the Baltimore Sun gives its account of yesterday’s testimony, along with details about the defense’s attempts to counter the prosecution’s claims.

In Looking for Answers in Faces and Facts, Baltimore Sun veteran reporter Jeanne Marbella notes the changes to George Huguely’s appearance since he was arrested almost two years ago.

An FYI – Most Baltimore Sun stories on the case post after 8 p.m. each night, so if you are looking for daily updates of the trial, that is the best time to check. 

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