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Murder trial continues for former Lely High School student

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- Medical examiner Marta Coburn describes the wounds she found during an autopsy of the body of 51-year-old Roberto Avalos-Jasso during the first-degree murder trial of Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. in a Collier County courtroom on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, in Naples. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and charged with the murder and robbery of a 51-year-old migrant worker in East Naples.

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- Medical examiner Marta Coburn describes the wounds she found during an autopsy of the body of 51-year-old Roberto Avalos-Jasso during the first-degree murder trial of Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. in a Collier County courtroom on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, in Naples. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and charged with the murder and robbery of a 51-year-old migrant worker in East Naples.

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- Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. enters a Collier County courtroom during his first-degree murder trial on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, in Naples. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and charged with the murder and robbery of a 51-year-old migrant worker in East Naples.
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- Medical examiner Marta Coburn describes the wounds she found during an autopsy of the body of 51-year-old Roberto Avalos-Jasso during the first-degree murder trial of Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. in a Collier County courtroom on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, in Naples. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and charged with the murder and robbery of a 51-year-old migrant worker in East Naples.
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- Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. listens to testimony during his first-degree murder trial in a Collier County courtroom on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, in Naples. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and charged with the murder and robbery of a 51-year-old migrant worker in East Naples.
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- Medical examiner Marta Coburn describes the wounds she found during an autopsy of the body of 51-year-old Roberto Avalos-Jasso during the first-degree murder trial of Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. in a Collier County courtroom on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, in Naples. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and charged with the murder and robbery of a 51-year-old migrant worker in East Naples.
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- Judge Ramiro Manalich speaks with attorneys during the first-degree murder trial of Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. in a Collier County courtroom on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, in Naples. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and charged with the murder and robbery of a 51-year-old migrant worker in East Naples.
  • DAVID ALBERS/STAFF
- Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. listens to testimony during his first-degree murder trial in a Collier County courtroom on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, in Naples. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and charged with the murder and robbery of a 51-year-old migrant worker in East Naples.
  • DAVID ALBERS/STAFF
- Medical examiner Marta Coburn describes the wounds she found during an autopsy of the body of 51-year-old Roberto Avalos-Jasso during the first-degree murder trial of Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. in a Collier County courtroom on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, in Naples. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and charged with the murder and robbery of a 51-year-old migrant worker in East Naples.

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