Today we could hear from the defense in the trial of the South Bend grandmother accused of neglect in the death of her grandson.
Prosecutors in the Dellia Castile case are expected to rest their case today.
Castile is accused of not reporting abuse that led to the murder of her 10-year-old grandson Tramelle Sturgis. Earlier this year a jury convicted his father Terry Sturgis of beating him to death.
Emotional testimony continued Monday. Tramelle's 11-year-old cousin took the stand. He said he knew his cousins were being abused by their father inside their home on West Washington Street, and he remembers his grandmother treating Tramelle's wounds with medicine.
The boy also testified the night Tramelle was found beaten to death, his Grandmother said to his uncle Terry Sturgis, "Why did you do it? Why did you do it? I knew it was going to happen."
This case could be in the hands of the jury by as soon as tomorrow.
WSBT has a reporter in the courtroom. Stay with us on the air and online for updates.