After five months,10 dismissed jurorsand several thousand hours of analysis on Court TV, the O.J. Simpson prosecution has finally rested its case. How did they do? "I don't think they hit the ball out of the park," saysTIME's Elaine Lafferty. "But they did a fairly solid, workmanlike job. The DNA evidence was as strong as everyone thought it would be, but the problems with glove that didn't fit were a major flaw." The prosecution dropped plans to call Nicole Brown Simpson's mother as its final witness, fearing that she might become too upset under cross-examination.Simpson's team will begin presenting his defense on Monday.