Defense attorney Maxwell Keith said the prosecution's evidence was only circumstantial.
He said Clark's cooperation with police when he was arrested -- giving them blood and saliva samples, in addition to information -- proved he was innocent.
Clark's lawyer was drunk during most of the trial, and fell asleep several times while Clark was being cross-examined. As a result, Clark requested to defend himself. He was denied co-counsel, advisory counsel and the services of a law clerk, with the judge improperly telling him to "go it alone."