(KTTS News) — This is day four of the murder trial for former Missouri State University instructor Edward Gutting.
Gutting is charged with stabbing retired professor Marc Cooper to death at his Springfield home in 2016.
On Wednesday, the medical examiner testified that Cooper died from stab wounds to his neck and torso, although he had cuts and wounds all over his body.
A forensic expert with the Highway Patrol says Gutting had a blood alcohol content of .15 when he was arrested – nearly twice the legal limit.
Gutting has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.
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