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State expected to rest case today in trial of man accused of killing FSU student

Quentin Truehill walking into courtroom on first day of testimony in murder trial (Mark Dougherty)
Quentin Truehill walking into courtroom on first day of testimony in murder trial (Mark Dougherty)
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Updated: 2/13 10:26 am
ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- The prosecution is expected to rest its case on Thursday in the trial of the man accused of killing an FSU student.

Quentin Truehill is one of three men charged in the homicide and kidnapping of Florida State University graduate student Vincent Binder.

Binder's body was found dumped in St. Johns County in April 2010.

Prosecutors said Truehill, Peter Hughes and Kentrell Johnson all escaped from a jail in Marksville, La., before going on a multi-state crime spree that culminated in Binder’s death.

The three defendants are being tried separately.

According to St. Johns County court officials, the defense will present its case on Monday. Closing arguments and jury deliberations are expected to start on Tuesday.


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