Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer
The prosecution appears to be wrapping up its case in the murder trial of Will Smith's accused killer, Cardell Hayes, with jurors looking through evidence displays. Jurors heard testimony Friday from a forensic pathologist, a vehicle crash expert and Smith's friend and former police captain Billy Ceravolo. The forensic pathologist testified that the first shot hit Smith from a level angle and into his left side, which suggests he wasn't reaching into his car for a gun as the defense has suggested. The crash expert testified that he believed Hayes intentionally hit Smith's vehicle before the shooting, since he didn't slam on his brakes and only slowed from 20 to 17 miles per hour. And Ceravolo refuted public claims made by defense attorney John Fuller in the media that he may have tampered with evidence.