A woman is on trial for murder after being accused of deliberately driving off a cliff in Hawaii and killing her identical twin sister.
In 2016, Alexandria and Anastasia Duval, 38, were in a car driving down the narrow, winding Hana Highway on the island of Maui ,when according to authorities, the two sisters started a hair-pulling fight.
It was Alexandria behind the wheel when their SUV plunged 200 feet over a cliff. But it was Anastasia, who was in the passenger seat, that was killed. Alexandria was arrested.
A judge later ordered Alexandria Duval released after finding no probable cause for a murder charge. She traveled to upstate New York and was arrested again months later in Albany after a grand jury indicted her.
In his opening statement, Alexandria's defense attorney Birney Bervar, described the crash as a "tragic accident".
Duval opted to have a judge instead of a jury decide the case. The judge is expected to reach a verdict this week.
Maui resident Chad Smith testified that while the women were passing him on the highway he could see them arguing. Smith, who was headed to a church, said he couldn't hear anything but the women looked angry. He had to swerve out of their way.
Duval isn't expected to testify.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.