On his right is Assistant Chief Deputy District Attorney Michael Cabral.
This is one of the many questions Assistant Chief Deputy District Attorney Michael Cabral asked the eight-woman, four-man jury during closing arguments, which lasted nearly five hours.
"There is absolutely no doubt he
intended to do this," Cabral
In terms of planning, Cabral
also noted Marsh's use of gloves and the duct-tape on the bottom of his
shoes - both forensic countermeasures used to leave no trance behind for investigators to follow.
As closing arguments continued, Cabral
sorted through more than 600 pages of medical records, projecting a document from 2008, where his
mother reported "uncontrollable rages" and other symptoms.
"This was long before he was on any medications that he was having these outbursts," Cabral
said, noting Marsh
was placed on his first antidepressant two years later.
"It is clear that that man right there knew what he was doing," Cabral
said, pointing to Marsh
"He was a predator searching the streets of Davis looking for somebody to kill," Cabral