Defense attorneys for Stan Tribble were able to challenge prosecution claims about their client in testimony Friday morning.
Tribble, who is on trial for murdering his wife Tracy, was placed on constant surveillance for three days after Tracy's body was discovered.
In testimony Friday, police said he did nothing out of the ordinary, he was cooperative and did not hide anything at any point during their investigation.
Tracy's father, John Gostomski , was also on the stand Friday. He told the jury that he was never in favor of his daughter's marriage to Stan Tribble and that he was immediately suspicious of Stan when Tracy was reported missing.
On Thursday, more than a dozen witnesses took the stand, including Tracy Tribble's mother, who testified about Tracy and Stan's rocky marriage. She recalled an emotional story about Stan spitting chewed-up pieces of pizza in Tracy's face.
The state medical examiner also took the stand. He testified that while not being able to determine a precise cause of death he says the autopsy reveals Tracy's death to be no accident.