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Judge says ‘stand your ground’ law won’t apply in Williams trial

  • Participants in the Antoine Williams trial for murder listen to an audio tape in Floyd County District Court Friday. From left are Floyd County Attorney Rachel Ginbey, Iowa Assistant Attorney General Coleman McAllister, Williams, and defense attorneys Steven Kloberdanz and Nellie O'Mara. Press photo by Bob Steenson

  • Defense attorneys Steven Kloberdanz and Nellie O'Mara discuss a witness while defendant Antoine Williams waits, Friday in Floyd County District Court. Press photo by Bob Steenson

  • Defense attorney Steven Kloberdanz, Iowa Assistant Attorney General Coleman McAllister and District Court Judge Rustin Davenport hold a sidebar meeting out of earshot of the jury Friday afternoon in Floyd County District Court. Press photo by Bob Steenson

  • Defense attorney Steven Kloberdanz shows a copy of deposition testimony to witness Ed Brown Friday during the murder trial for Antoine Williams in Floyd County District Court. Press photo by Bob Steenson

  • Special Agent Jon Turbett of the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation testifies about an interview he held with Antoine Williams in Chicago in July. Williams is being tried on charges of first-degree murder in Floyd County District Court. Press photo by Bob Steenson

  • Iowa Assistant Attorney General Coleman McAllister refers to an image on a monitor while asking a witness a question Friday in Floyd County District Court. McAllister is assisting Floyd County in the prosecution of Antoine Williams on a charge of first-degree murder. Press photo by Bob Steenson

  • Sabrina Seehafer, an Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation criminologist, testifies Friday in Floyd County District Court about blood, DNA and fingerprint evidence collected from a red SUV that Antoine Williams allegedly drove away in after allegedly shooting the driver in Charles City on June 30. Press photo by Bob Steenson

  • Antoine Williams greets his mother in court Friday during a break in Williams's first-degree murder trial. At left is Floyd County Sheriff Jeff Crooks. Press photo by Bob Steenson

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