The jury has gone through seven days of witness testimony and soon Daljit Singh Multani's fate will be in their hands.
Multani has been quiet through most of that testimony showing little emotion, only jotting down notes on a pad. More witnesses took the stand today but it was quick; officers and detectives confirming or denying small details.
It was clear most of the crucial testimony happened in the first few days. The informant was scheduled to take the stand but that didn't happen. That surprised the defense. But Tuesday the defense hammered on one point. That the hitman-turned-informant, Joe Yzaguirre, tried to improve his standing with police by setting up Multani.
Daljit Singh Multani faces two charges: solicitation for murder and possession of a stolen firearm.