NEW BRUNSWICK - The prosecution finished closing arguments today in the Rutgers webcam spying case. First Assistant Prosecutor Julia McClure discussed Tyler Clementi's expectation for privacy in living with defendant Dharun Ravi. Ravi, a former Rutgers University student is accused of using a webcam to spy on his roommate.

McClure also went into detail about Clementi's request for a room change once he felt his privacy had been invaded. Ravi's lawyer, Steven Altman, argued earlier in the day that his client is a kid, not a criminal.

The closing arguments ended abruptly this morning when Altman asked for a break about an hour into his final presentation to the jury. He returned three hours later.

Altman had been feeling ill since last week and when he started today, his voice was shaky.

Ravi is charged with 15 criminal counts, including bias intimidation and invasion of privacy.

His roommate, Tyler Clementi, committed suicide days after the alleged spying in September 2010.

The jury is scheduled receive the case tomorrow.

Lawyer: Dharun Ravi will not testify in his trial

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