He says that's important, because when the sexual assault nurse at St. Charles Medical Center asked her what drugs she'd been doing, she said none.

Houze closed his case by saying: "If you can't trust her, you can't convict him. This is America, we don't do that here." Houze then asked the judge to return verdicts of not guilty.

Turner, meanwhile, urged Tiktin to convict Bray on nearly a dozen counts of sex abuse, some with mandatory sentences of years in prison, under Measure 11.

At the earliest, Judge Tiktin said he will return a verdict on Monday at 2 p.m.