A Tallahassee, Florida, jury may soon decide the fates of two people accused of murdering Florida State University law professor Dan Markel in 2014.

Prosecutors on Tuesday wrapped up their case against Sigfredo Garcia and Katherine Magbanua after eight days of testimony from a wide array of witnesses. For a week and a half, deputy assistant state attorney Georgia Cappleman laid out the prosecution’s case against the defendants before a Tallahassee jury, alleging that Garcia shot Markel in the driveway of his home and that Magbanua helped set up the murder-for-hire.

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