EL CENTRO, Calif. – The trial for the man accused of murdering a Brawley Union High School football player is coming to an end.
The jury will soon go into deliberations where they could potentially come up with a verdict for Martin Gabriel Andrade.
Tuesday the judge gave the jury instructions on what evidence is admissible from the trial.
Andrade was charged with Martin Garza Junior’s murder on January 2013 from what authorities described as a gang-related attack at a party in El Centro. Andrade, a Heber resident at the time, was arrested days following Garza’s death.
Court will resume Thursday at 9 a.m.