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SHOTLIST:Pool Video - AP Clients Only Provo, Utah - October 1. Tight of Martin MacNeill in court2. Wide of courtroom3. Med of prosecutor4. SOUNDBITE (English) 911 Call - (Transcribed Below) 5. Mid of defendant and attorneys6. Mid of judgeAP Television - AP Clients OnlyProvo, Utah - October 17, 20137. SOUNDBITE: Chad Grunander, Prosecutor (Transcribed Below)Pool Video - AP Clients Only Provo, Utah - October8. Pan left of defense attorneys and defendant9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sam Pead, Prosecutor (Transcribed Below)10. Mid of attorney at podium11. Mid of witness on stand12 Mid of defense attorney at podiumAP Television - AP Clients OnlyProvo, Utah - October 17, 201313. SOUNDBITE: (English) Susan Gusin, Defense Attorney14. Pan left from exhibit in courtroom15. AP Photo of Michel MacNeill grave16. Wide of MacNeil daughters walking out of courtroom17. AP Photo of daughters in court with photo of mother18. Tight of defendant in courtSTORYLINE:NATS SOUND (911 Call)"do you know how to do CPR.....I'm doing it."THIS EMOTIONAL CALL FROM DR. MARTIN MACNEILL TO 911 DISPATCHERS AS HIS WIFE LAY COMATOSE IN THEIR BATHROOM WAS AMONG THE MOST RIVETING MOMENTS OF THE FIRST DAY OF HIS TRIAL ON MURDER CHARGES.NAT SOUND (911 Call)"is your wife breathing....she is not....I am a physician....I have cpr in progress."MACNEILL IS ACCUSED OF HOUNDING HIS WIFE TO GET A FACE-LIFT SO HE COULD KILL HER WITH A LETHAL COMBINATION OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS.SOUNDBITE: Chad Grunander, Prosecutor"it's been a long time coming for the MacNeill family, it's been a long time coming for Michele MacNeil and her memory."PROSECUTORS SAY WHEN EMERGENCY RESPONDERS ARRIVED AT THE COUPLE'S HOME, HE WAS ACTING ERRATICALLY.SOUNDBITE: (English) Sam Pead, Prosecutor"these medical professionals...despite many of them having years and years of experience will tell you that they were extremely taken aback by the defendant's behavior."PROSECUTORS SAY MACNEILL HATCHED THE PLAN IN ORDER TO CARRY ON AN AFFAIR WITH HIS MISTRESS. THE DEFENSE ARGUED MACNEILL MADE POOR CHOICES, BUT SAID JURORS SHOULD **NOT** CONCLUDE HE WAS A MURDERER.SOUNDBITE: Susan Gustin, Defense Attorney"the prosecution has a very, very sensational case, and so that's why it's important to point out that it's important that they set aside their emotions."MEDICAL EXAMINERS INITIALLY RULED THAT MICHELE MACNEIL DIED OF NATURAL CAUSES...POSSIBLY A HEART DISORDER....THEN CHANGED THE FINDING TO UNDETERMINED.THE COUPLES' DAUGHTERS HAVE BEEN OUTSPOKEN IN THEIR BELIEF THAT THEIR FATHER KILLED THEIR MOTHER.....THEY DIDN'T COMMENT TO REPORTERS ON THURSDAY.IN THE PAST, HOWEVER, THEY'VE HELD UP PHOTOS OF HER IN COURT. SIG OUT/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.(****END****)