Brandon Standifer shows the jury where a fragment of the bullet that he was hit with exited his body, during 24-year-old James Menard's murder trial involving the shooting death of Jake Couture on Jan. 1, 2010.  The trial continues Thursday at 9 a.m. at the Collier County Courthouse. Menard faces a maximum of life in state prison if convicted of second-degree murder. Prosecutors recently added third degree-murder to the list of charges, along with two counts each of attempted second-degree murder and armed trespass. Manuel Martinez/Staff.

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Brandon Standifer shows the jury where a fragment of the bullet that he was hit with exited his body, during 24-year-old James Menard's murder trial involving the shooting death of Jake Couture on Jan. 1, 2010. The trial continues Thursday at 9 a.m. at the Collier County Courthouse. Menard faces a maximum of life in state prison if convicted of second-degree murder. Prosecutors recently added third degree-murder to the list of charges, along with two counts each of attempted second-degree murder and armed trespass. Manuel Martinez/Staff.

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