According to Assistant District Attorney Christina Kilgore, the argument between Stockdale and his victim began when Stockdale accused the victim of eating his potato salad off a plate that he put in the refrigerator.
The victim testified Monday that Stockdale shot him in the leg. He said he had multiple surgeries since then and was still at risk of losing the leg.
Kilgore said the state rested Tuesday morning. The defense then called two witnesses, including the defendant, and rested before the state called one rebuttal witness.
Both sides are expected to deliver their closing arguments this morning, and Circuit Judge Julian King will charge the jury.
If convicted, Stockdale, who has several prior convictions, would face 20 to 99 years or life in prison.