I didn't pay that close attention to the trial. It was here in Chicago, so it was probably on the news a lot more than other places. Numerous times it made me wondering what the hell the prosecution was doing.
I really think it was another case of marginally competent prosecutors cracking under the media spotlight and losing badly to the best lawyers money can by. I think they tried way too hard to cross every T and dot every I and that it made them look weak. It should have never drug out so long, just like the OJ case.
Here's the evidence and the prosecution rests. Then let the chips fall where they may. If that's not enough, then it never will be. If it's jury nullification, they are going to do that whether you spend years or days on the trial, so quit pissing around.
Again, I didn't pay close attention, but that was my perception of the case.