Prosecutors in the Robert Blake murder trial are telling potential jurors their case will rely solely on circumstantial evidence.
Blake is accused of killing his wife in May, 2001 outside a restaurant where the couple had dined.
Prosecutors, defense attorneys and the judge are to finish questioning prospective jurors today.
The prosecutors have said they have no DNA evidence, no fingerprints and no eyewitnesses linking Blake to the killing.
Bonnie Lee Bakley has been depicted in pre-trial documents as a con artist who took money from men with promises of sex, and pursued stars such as Blake for romantic involvement.