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Grayson County Murder Trial to Wrap Up Wednesday

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 A Grayson County man accused of killing a 15-year-old autistic boy will not testify on his own behalf. Testimony ended today in the murder trial of Robert Gray, Jr. Attorneys say the case will likely wrap up Wednesday.

Gray is charged with murder--accused of hog-tying, gagging and killing his girlfriend's 15-year-old son Brandon White in January of 2013. White's mother Holly took the stand yesterday and was  not present in court Tuesday afternoon. We spoke to assistant district attorney Matt Johnson who commented on Gray's decision not to testify.

"Everybody has the constitutional right not to testify, but every defendant has the right to testify," said Johnson. "So it's a choice that they make on an individual basis--they take into account the advice of the counsel, but that's his decision."

Closing arguments are set to begin at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning. If Gray is found guilty, he could spend up to life in prison.