Thursday, November 8, 2012

Prosecutors rest their case against Jessica Tata

With picture of tiny victim in mind, jury now turns attention to defense The last witnesses in the three-week trial were state officials who confirmed the home day care Tata ran was licensed in 2010, but had been cited for infractions, including the lack of a fire extinguisher and a carbon monoxide alarm. Jurors were sent home early Monday as Tata's defense team huddled to decide if they want to call witnesses, including Tata, on Tuesday or go straight to closing arguments in state District Judge Marc Brown's court. Assistant District Attorney Steve Baldassano has called more than 30 witnesses, including family members of the children, arson investigators and fire experts.

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