Monday, October 27, 2008

Breaking News: Defense rests in Nichols case

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Defense rests in Nichols case

Brian Nichols rested his insanity defense Monday without taking the witness stand to convince jurors in his murder trial that he is not in his right mind.
Lead prosecuting attorney Kellie Hill told Superior Court Judge James Bodiford that the state would spend three days calling witness to rebut a psychologist's claim that Nichols suffers from a delusional disorder that made him think he was leading a "slave rebellion" against the justice system. The jury is expected to start deliberating next week after about six weeks of trial.

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