Joshua Turnidge's attorney hopes to sway the jury away from the death penalty. Turnidge's friends and family say he's nice guy and a hard worker. Dewey McGarva, an old friend, said he's heard Turnidge use terminology that some may consider racist but he's never considered him to be racist. The jury was also reminded of Turnidge's occasionally harsh childhood, when he lost his brother to a brain tumor. His aunt and other family members spoke about Turnidge's relationship with his 12 year old daughter.