It's day three of the murder trial of a Henderson man killed in Evansville. Ted Mueller Jr. is facing murder and conspiracy charges in the death of Cedric Watt. Watt was killed in September in the 1000 block of West Delaware. At least two witnesses have testified that Mueller Jr. is the one who shot Watt. Christopher Bell, the other suspect is scheduled to go on trial next month. Cedric Watt's absence is far from normal for his family. His step-father Ricky Hill says sitting through testimonies and objections aren't easy, "Sticks you like a sharp knife, sometime and you're gonna hear some things said not only about the people on trial but also about my son which is expected," Hill shares. Both sides have discussed Watt's past including selling marijuana. But Hill says his son's imperfections in no way justify murder, "Just different levels of sin but all sin is sin, even though we may forgive, we still have the justice system." This father doesn't plan on missing a second of the trial, "I'm here everyday, I'm not missing nothing, because I'm here for the representation of my family,'" Hill says. So far one witness, Mueller's sister Angie testified her brother pulled the trigger. Attorneys say Angie is the other murder suspect, Christopher Bell's girlfriend. At the end of day, the decision belongs to the jury, and this father lives everyday with one less child. The prosecution rested its case this morning, Mueller's attorney asked for the conspiracy to commit robbery charge to be dismissed, but that request was denied.