We all know that Mr. Martinez will do a brilliant job in closing arguments but, given what you have observed during this trial, or how you perceive the jurors are leaning based on their questions, what points would you like to see him cover, reiterate or emphasize - or how do you think he might most effectively structure his closing - to bring it home to the jury that JA is guilty of premeditated, first degree murder? Personally, I hope he clarifies and telescopes the time line of their relationship so it is clear how little time they actually dated and how long they were broken up to highlight how inappropriate and obsessive her feelings toward him were. I also hope he puts the negative things TA said or did in the proper context, as things that happened late in their relationship, after it was obviously going south and when she had probably exasperated him beyond belief with her lies, stalking and crazy behavior. She would try the patience of a saint. And I hope he also mentions that TA may have simply molded his sexual behavior to please his partner, given the silly giggly way she talked on those tapes makes me think much of their sexual relationship was influenced by her. And I hope he dramatizes that her behavior afterward is beyond macabre - from the make-out session with Ryan to the bizarre continuation of her stalking Travis (and his family) with her showing up at the memorial - the flowers and letter to his grandmother - more like the smug, manipulative fascination a budding serial killer has with her handiwork than the behavior of a frightened victim of a defensive killing. Even if a jury bought the fognesia at the time of the crime, there is no doubt her ability to dissociate and relish going overboard with her bogus alibi in the hours days afterward is truly frightening and something for the record books. Finally, I also wish he could use that clip of her saying "if I ever did anything to hurt Travis, I would BEG for the death penalty" (although that would probably be yet another thing deemed too prejudicial) with autopsy pictures of Travis.