2. SOUNDBITE (English) Jason Hermus, Assistant District Attorney:
"Amber Guyger is guilty of murder and the state is entitled to that verdict because that is the just verdict, and it is unacceptable that there could be no consequence for all of her unreasonable acts and her unreasonable decisions that she made at that time."
3. Judge Tamm Kemp standing behind chair
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Jason Fine, Assistant District Attorney:
"Is it manslaughter or is it murder? That's what you've got to decide, is it manslaughter or is it murder?"
5. Projection in courtroom describing what constitutes different verdicts
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Jason Fine, Assistant District Attorney:
"A guilty verdict is not saying you don't like police. This has nothing to do with that. This has to do with that defendant making unreasonable decisions that put her in that seat and Bo in the ground."
"It's one of those cases that no one would ever think would exist and it's one of those cases where there are no winners. A wonderful human being has lost his life but the evidence shows it's just a tragedy. A horrible, horrible tragedy."
Jurors are deliberating the case of a Dallas police officer who fatally shot her unarmed neighbor in his own apartment .
Closing arguments in the murder trial of Amber Guyger were completed Monday afternoon. She is charged with killing neighbor Botham Jean last September.
A former Dallas police officer's claim that she believed she was in her own apartment when she shot the neighbor in his home is absurd, said Assistant District Attorney Jason Fine during closing arguments.
Defense attorney Toby Shook said Monday that Guyger made "a series of horrible mistakes" that were entirely understandable.
Guyger testified last week that she mistook Jean's apartment for her own after a long shift and that she believed he was a burglar. The 31-year-old Guyger has said she feared for her life.
She was in uniform but off duty at the time of the shooting. She was later fired from the force.