November 21, 2013
The trial of Wanda Turner went into the fourth day in Charlottesville today.
She is accused of killing a man last year. Her attorney says she was acting in self-defense.
She is facing eight charges including first degree murder.
A major part of today's court proceedings were spent on listening to police interrogation tapes of her interview.
It took over two hours, but police finally got Turner to reveal her side of the story. She says Snead attacker her, and she described fighting him.
The case is scheduled to wrap up tomorrow, which seems unlikely because the prosecution is still laying out their case.
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