SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- The fate of Adam Lee Hall, accused in a triple homicide, now rests in the jury after closing arguments wrapped up Monday.
The trial for Hall was moved from Berkshire County to Springfield in November after a hearing determined it would be difficult for him to receive a fair trial. Hall and two members of Hell's Angels allegedly tortured and killed three men in August 2011.
Berkshire County District Attorney David Capeless said Hall and the two men tortured and killed David Glasser, Edward Frampton and Robert Chadwell in August 2011. Hall allegedly wanted to kill Glasser to prevent him from testifying against him in an assault case that happened in 2009.
Capeless said the Frampton and Chadwell were killed to prevent any witnesses. The prosecution has called more than 100 witnesses to the stand. They've also used cell phone records to corroborate testimonies and link Hall to the crime.
The defense argues that there is no physical evidence to incriminate Hall. Police found the dismembered bodies of the victims in a trench in Becket -- but not much else.
"Did you find blood, fingerprints, DNA of anybody, and the answer was no," said Hall's attorney Alan Black.
It's a statement that Capeless has not denied. But, he said the jury can only consider the evidence that has been presented, which he says is strong enough to find Hall guilty.
All three men are being tried separately.