Closing Arguments Set for Next Week as Defense Rests in Opioid Crisis Trial in Oklahoma

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Published on July 13, 2019 - Duration: 01:34s

Closing Arguments Set for Next Week as Defense Rests in Opioid Crisis Trial in Oklahoma

The defense counsel for the nation`s largest drugmaker has rested its case on the seventh week of trial.

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Closing Arguments Set for Next Week as Defense Rests in Opioid Crisis Trial in Oklahoma

FRIDAY BOTH THE STATE ANDFRIDAY BOTH THE STATE ANDDEFENSE SAID THEY ARE READYDEFENSE SAID THEY ARE READYTO MAKE THEIR FINAL PUSH WHENTO MAKE THEIR FINAL PUSH WHENTHEY DELIVER CLOSINGTO MAKE THEIR FINAL PUSH WHENTHEY DELIVER CLOSINGARGUMENTS COME MONDAYTHEY DELIVER CLOSINGARGUMENTS COME MONDAYARGUMENTS COME MONDAYARGUMENTS COME MONDAYMORNING.

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