WASHINGTON — It’s in his hands now. The transcripts of 76 days of testimony. The cartons of Microsoft Corp. e-mails. The videotaped excerpts of Microsoft chairman Bill Gates’ deposition that caused him to shake his head in disbelief at the trial as he watched a witness profess not to understand the meaning of words like “concern.”

The evidentiary phase of the government’s landmark antitrust trial against Microsoft concluded June 24 when the defense’s final rebuttal witness, economist Richard Schmalensee, left the stand after a long day on cross-examination by David Boies, the government’s lead lawyer, answering questions about survey data and pricing.

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