The first day of witness testimony in the trial of a former Marine accused of trying to kill his pregnant wife wrapped up Wednesday.
Assistant District Attorney Mike Maulsby described how authorities say Jonathan Gould hit his wife over the head with a hammer.
Gould's Attorney, William Morgan says it didn't happen that way and that Gould was baited into confessing to the crime.
Several first responders took the stand to give their accounts of that December night.
The trial picks back up Thursday morning at 10.
Erin Gould could testify as early as Thursday.
Jury selection has been completed in the case of a former Camp Lejeune Marine who is accused of trying to kill his pregnant wife with a hammer.
Jonathan Gould's trial on attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon charges began Tuesday morning in Jacksonville.
Erin Gould was in a coma after the December attack, but was finally able to speak with investigators in February.
Lawmen say Jonathan Gould originally told them he and his wife were attacked in their home, but he later confessed.
The Sheriff's Office says Erin Gould was hit three times in the head with a hammer, the kind of hammer used in home construction.
Opening statements from attorney's is scheduled to begin Wednesday morning and the trial is expected to last until the end of the week.