Lubbock county jurors spent 6 hours in deliberations today to try and determine whether Callie Long is guilty or not-guilty of intoxication manslaughter in the death of bicyclist Brett Walrath.
The last day of testimony just ended in the trial of a Lubbock woman accused of intoxicated manslaughter. On Tuesday, Callie Long took the stand in her own defense.
The man accused of running over Brett Walrath a second time was put on the stand Monday. His testimony was part of the intoxication manslaughter trial against Callie Long, who is accused of hitting a bicyclist.
The Callie Long trial continues on to day four. She is the woman accused of hitting a man with her car while intoxicated. On Friday prosecutors called Brett Walrath's widow to the stand.
Reconstruction has been a major piece of the puzzle for the Callie Long case.
The courtroom battle began Tuesday for Callie Long, a Lubbock woman accused of hitting a bicyclist while drunk, and then fleeing the scene.