The O.J. prosecution, focused for the last two weeks on Simpson's alleged abusive behavior, spent the day attempting to reconstruct the events of the night of the murder. Waitress Tia Gavin testified that Nicole Brown Simpson and her family, who dined at the Mezzaluna restaurant that evening, left around 8:45 p.m., with Nicole saying she was going to buy ice cream. The manager of the restaurant, Karen Crawford, said tearfully in court that she had given Goldman a pair of eyeglasses left behind by Simpson's ex-wife to return to her when he left at the end of his shift at 9:50 p.m. Prosecutors claim the slayings took place around 10:15 p.m. when Goldman was dropping off the glasses. What's next? A gruesome point-by-point reconstruction of the murders, says TIME Los Angeles correspondent James Willwerth. "I expect the third and final phase of the prosecution's case will be the DNA evidence."