Murder trial of Mich. grandma nearing end

ED WHITE
Sandra Layne begins to testify in the Oakland County Circuit Courtroom of Judge Denise Langford Morris in Pontiac, Mich., Wednesday, March 13, 2013.   Layne, 75,  is charged with first-degree murder in Oakland County court. There's no dispute she repeatedly shot 17-year-old Jonathan Hoffman last year in West Bloomfield Township, even while he called 911 for help. Layne's lawyer says she feared for her life because of Hoffman's erratic behavior and his use of synthetic marijuana. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
Sandra Layne begins to testify in the Oakland County Circuit Courtroom of Judge Denise Langford Morris in Pontiac, Mich., Wednesday, March 13, 2013. Layne, 75, is charged with first-degree murder in Oakland County court. There's no dispute she repeatedly shot 17-year-old Jonathan Hoffman last year in West Bloomfield Township, even while he called 911 for help. Layne's lawyer says she feared for her life because of Hoffman's erratic behavior and his use of synthetic marijuana. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — A prosecutor has again played for jurors a 911 call in which a Michigan teen tells the dispatcher that his grandmother just shot him and then is shot again while on the phone.

Prosecutor Paul Walton said during his closing argument Monday that jurors should convict Sandra Layne of premeditated murder in the killing last May of her grandson, Jonathan Hoffman. Jurors could convict her of a lesser charge, such as manslaughter or involuntary manslaughter.

Walton says the murder conviction is warranted because Layne fired 10 shots over a six-minute span, striking Hoffman six times.

The 75-year-old Layne says she shot her grandson in self-defense at her home in the Detroit suburb of West Bloomfield Township after he struck her.

Jurors are expected to begin deliberations Monday.