Forensic Science Takes Center Stage In Moss Murder Trial
FAYETTEVILLE, Tenn. (WHNT) – The state rested their case against Zakkawanda Moss, the man charged with six counts of murder in Lincoln County Wednesday after hours of testimony from evidence experts.
Read more details about the trial so far.
In the Lincoln County courthouse Wednesday afternoon defense attorney Koger asked the judge to consider including “Accessory After the Fact” in the charge to the jury.
The state responded that there is ample evidence to convict the defendant and that there is no precedence to include Accessory After the Fact.
The judge said he would consider it, but he is not aware of any statute that says Accessory After the Fact is a lesser charge.
The judge said he expects to hand the case off to the jury on Friday morning.
We’ll update this blog throughout the trial of Zakkawanda Moss, the man charged with six counts of murder in Lincoln County. Read more details about the trial so far.