PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Prosecutors in Philadelphia could wrap up five weeks of evidence Thursday in the capital murder trial of a longtime abortion provider.
Dr. Kermit Gosnell is charged in the deaths of a patient and seven babies allegedly killed after being born alive.
The defense denies there were any live births at Gosnell's Philadelphia clinic, where women from across the mid-Atlantic sought late-term abortions.
Gosnell's co-defendant also is calling witnesses Thursday.
Eileen O'Neill, who is not a licensed doctor, is charged with racketeering and theft for allegedly billing as a doctor.
A prosecution witness testified Thursday that she waited hours for "the doctor" to arrive, then received two pills from O'Neill for a non-surgical abortion.
On cross-examination, the woman said she did not know if O'Neill consulted with a doctor that day.
The NBC affiliate in Philadelphia has complete coverage of the Gosnell Murder Trial. It has daily updates from inside the courtroom and extensive background on the case. Visit the station's special section dedicated to the case here.