From Himani Kumar
Chicago, Jun 5 (PTI) The trial of Pakistani-Canadian Tahawwur Rana, during which co-accused in the Mumbai attacks David Headley testified that Pakistan's ISI was linked to the 2008 terror strikes, will resume in a court here tomorrow and the jury may come up with a verdict as early as Wednesday.
The trial will resume with testimonies from Rana's witnesses among others. The last of the witnesses will be presented tomorrow.
The trial, which started on May 16 and was supposed to last till June 15, had been going faster than expected.
If convicted, Rana faces a possible life sentence.
US District Court Judge Harry D Leinenweber said the case had proceeded quickly partly because both the government and defence had no problems with the stipulation.