Closing arguments are expected to begin Wednesday in the murder trial of Nashid Porter. The State rested Tuesday after calling 16 witnesses in two days. Porter is representing himself in the case and chose not to participate in the trial. Judge Chuck Henry asked him several times if he wanted to call any witnesses or take part. “This trial is unconstitutional, and I don’t want any part of it,” Porter told the judge. Porter is charged with first-degree murder in co…
SOURCE: WECT 6 Wilmington
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