The prosecution has rested in the Brett Parker double-homicide trial.
The final prosecution witnesses included an accountant for the Parkers, Ben Staples, who advised Brett Parker on how to handle his wife's estate after her murder.
He told jurors Parker was well aware of his wife's life insurance policy, but was reluctant to set the money aside for their children.
Staples claimed to have had a brief affair with Tammy Parker, and the defense tried to use that to discredit his testimony, but Staples countered that attorneys were only making her look bad.
Prosecutors have said Brett Parker killed his wife and framed sports betting associate Bryan Capnerhurst for her death in an effort to get out of debt and a troubled marriage.
But Parker insists he shot Capnerhurst in self-defense after Capnerhurst killed his wife during a robbery.
However, in other testimony Wednesday, Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott told jurors that the more he talked with Parker after the shooting, the more it appeared Parker's version of what happened did not match the evidence.
And Sheriff's Major Stan Smith echoed that as he detailed the investigation for jurors.
The defense is expected to begin presenting its case today.