A defense attorney says his client didn't intend to kill a toddler whose body was found encased in concrete in a swampy area of northwestern Indiana.
Jada Justice was the subject of a 10-day search after Castillo reported the girl was missing from the car after she went into a Gary convenience store.
Defense lawyer Lemuel Stigler told jurors that testimony would show Jada didn't die as portrayed by Castillo's then-boyfriend, Timothy Tkachik. He has pleaded guilty to neglect of a dependent charges.
Prosecutor David Urbanski said the two were going to Chicago for heroin when they realized Jada wasn't breathing.