STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Closing arguments are set in the trial of a suspended Oklahoma State basketball player charged with sexually assaulting two women at a house party.
Attorneys are scheduled to make their arguments Monday morning in the trial of Darrell (duh-RELL) Williams.
Williams is charged with four counts of rape by instrumentation and one count of sexual assault stemming from a party in December 2010.
Two women testified that Williams sexually assaulted them at the party. Both said they identified Williams as their attacker after police showed them a photo of the Cowboys basketball team.
Williams' attorneys tried to cast doubt that Williams was the perpetrator. Witnesses testified that several players at the party wore similar Oklahoma State warm-up suits and attorneys claim that could have led to a misidentification.