Williams trial begins with opening statements
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) - Prosecutors opened their sexual assault case against suspended Oklahoma State forward Darrell Williams by accusing the basketball player of trying to get what he wants ``at all costs.''
Assistant District Attorney Jill Tontz told jurors Thursday that ``this entire case'' is about Williams' sense of entitlement.
Williams has pleaded not guilty to four counts of rape by instrumentation and one count of sexual battery. All the charges are felonies.
Williams' attorney, Cheryl Ramsey, said the case is one of mistaken identity and there is no physical evidence. She said jurors will find that people who know Williams will call the allegations ``totally out of character for him.''
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