In closing arguments, aside from credibility issues, the prosecution claimed Hall had broken regulations and and laws, refused protection, and took matters into his own hands in what has been called in the trial the "jungle law" of prison life.
The defense emphasized self defense, in that Hall was an older cancer survivor fighting for his life in a dangerous system.
The jury will be able to review a recorded statement and prison security video as they deliberate this afternoon.
This morning, an RCI inmate was brought back to respond to discrepancies between his recorded statement given three days after the stabbing, and his testimony yesterday.
Kimball Kenaga said he was confused as to names, and may have been affected by medications in 2011. He said he stood by his testimony that victim Nataun Williams was the initial aggressor...but defendant Carl Hall had the knife at the end of the fight on June 27th, 2011.