STAMFORD - The jury has begun deliberating in the trial of the man accused of killing Greenwich developer Andrew Kissel.

Carlos Trujillo is charged with fatally stabbing Kissel inside his mansion in April 2006.

Earlier this morning, both sides gave their closing arguments in the case.

Prosecutors leaned heavily on the testimony of Trujillo's cousin, Leonard Trujillo, who has pleaded guilty in connection with the case.

Defense attorney Lindy Urso tried to poke holes in the case during his closing statement and also questioned the credibility of Leonard Trujillo.

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