Lee County Assistant District Attorney Kisha Abercrombie told jurors that self-defense did not apply in this case after going through the events of the night and pointing out witness the jury heard from on a surveillance video.
also went over the standard that jurors should apply when considering a self-defense claim under the stand your ground law.
"It's become a little bit more convoluted in the past couple of years," Abercrombie
pointed out that Leonard admitted to shooting and did not have a conceal carry permit which should invalidate his
"This defendant (Leonard) testified there were three occasions that night he
went out to his
car-he could've of left," Abercrombie
also tried to poke holes in Leonard's account of what happened.
"Not a single witness has testified that they've seen this defendant on the ground getting kicked," Abercrombie