The judge in the trial of Kaufman County capital murder convict Eric Williams on Friday gave defense lawyers one more day for witnesses in the punishment phase.
The defense may wrap up its case Thursday in the punishment phase of the trial for a former public official convicted in a plot to kill a district attorney, his wife and a top prosecutor.
The defense case began Wednesday in the sentencing phase of the Eric Williams capital murder trial.
A Rockwall County jury is considering life in prison or the death penalty for Eric Williams this week as the sentencing phase continues in his murder trial.
Jurors Tuesday saw new evidence of the weapons stockpile Capital Murder defendant Eric Williams kept in a Seagoville storage unit.
A prosecutor says jurors will hear from witnesses who saw a former justice of the peace fatally shoot an assistant district attorney in North Texas last year.