Jury to Begin Deliberations in Turner Murder Trial

Nov. 22, 2013

The jury in the Wanda Turner murder trial has gone home for the night. They will begin their deliberations on Saturday, Nov. 23.

The prosecution and defense both rested their case on Friday.

Wanda Turner is accused of murdering Robert "Eddie" Snead in Charlottesville back in March 2012.

The prosecution has argued that Turner hit and stabbed Snead multiple times with a variety of objects.

The defense claim Turner was defending herself against Snead.

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