Prosecution rests case in McVay trial

The trial is on hiatus until July 14th.

Published 07/02 2015 06:21PM

Updated 07/02 2015 06:21PM

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The prosecution rested their case today during the Timothy McVay murder trial. McVay is accused of killing Carrie Olson after she disappeared in December 2013. 
 
Dozens of witnesses have already taken the stand over the past few weeks. But today, prosecutors went through evidence and discussed what will and will not be admitted in the case.
 
The defense will begin to call witnesses when the case reconvenes after a break. Both sides said everything has been going as planned.
 
"We feel confident and we feel like we couldn't have done any more in the presentation of this case," said State's Attorney, John McGehee. 
 
"The defense has a good feeling about everything," said defense attorney, Aaron Dyer. "But, I mean you just never know how things are going to come out how the judge feels about what the evidence says."
 
The trial will resume on July 14th. It's not clear if McVay will testify.
 

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