Raven Abaroa says he's innocent of murdering his wife Janet, but prosecutors chipped away at his credibility. Abaroa's criminal past includes embezzlement charges.
Monday, the prosecution played that up with the testimony of a former employer.
He told the jury how Abaroa stole thousands of dollars worth of sports products from the company he worked for at the time. That same employer also testified to Abaroa's behavior during company soccer games, saying he had to be told to tone it down on the field.
Another former employer also on the stand raised questions about a computer search Abaroa did while working for a technical training school.
"He accessed obviously work related items, student database, student records, inquiry records, and he provided some updates for the students. He also accessed a course in medical terminology," said Sandy Garetone.
The defense tried to point out during cross examination that Abaroa could've been searching for medical terms as part of his job with the training school.
Abaroa says he was at a soccer game the night of his wife's death.
A man who played soccer with Abaroa that night said Abaroa was a few minutes late.