ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - The state rested its case after lunch recess Tuesday in the Gateway Center shooting trial for Jason Rodriguez.
On Tuesday morning, jurors saw grim autopsy photos of the man killed during the shooting in 2009.
Rodriguez, 44, is accused of shooting and killing Otis Beckford at his former employer.
The photos included early postmortem images of Beckford still in work clothes and the bullet that ripped through his chest.
The medical examiner testified the manner of death was homicide.
Rodriguez showed minimal reaction to the pictures, while a couple of jurors watched his reaction closely.
On Friday, a former supervisor testified that she saw Rodriguez with a gun in his hand.
Prosecutors tried to convince jurors Rodriguez had plans to commit a mass shooting that was two years in the making.
Rodriguez' former supervisor described a gesture and note Rodriguez taped to an office window the day he was fired. Two and a half years later, prosecutors said Rodriguez came back to carry out those threats.
"I saw Jason Rodriguez with a gun in his hand, walking to where I used to be," said former supervisor James Beverly. "I crouched down and ran for my life."
Renato Gonzalez, the man who fired Rodriguez, said the termination seemed to go as well as it could.
The defense will continue on Tuesday to work to prove that Rodriguez was insane at the time of the shooting, but prosecutors say Rodriguez understood what he was doing and should go to prison for life.
Seven women and five men will decide if Rodriguez is guilty of one count of first-degree murder and five counts of attempted murder.