Rutgers Trial: Prosecution Rests Its Case

The state's case in the webcam spying trial of Dharun Ravi lasted nine days.
0:34 | 03/08/12

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Prosecutors in the Rutgers webcam spying trial rested their case this morning after calling one more witness today's testimony. -- centered on the chain of custody of the computers -- in the investigation defendant -- -- Robbie is accused of using a webcam to spy on his roommates intimate encounter with another man. Tyler Clementi committed suicide. Days after the alleged spying tomorrow. The defense is expected to present an investigator who worked on the case then that several students will service character witnesses -- -- won't testify until at least Monday if he decides to take the stand at all.

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