Deputy Prosecutor Mark Cipolla didn't hold out when he began cross examination of Brian Moore.
His first question touched on what authorities say is a pattern of deceitfulness and sordid behavior by Moore.
Cipolla pointed to Moore's statement that he was very upset when he learned of Shellye's involvement in the homicide.
"Isn't it true on the date of this homicide you were sleeping with another woman?" Cipolla asked.
Moore said that was true.
"So at that time, your love for Ms. Stark wasn't as great as it was today?" Cipolla asked.
Moore said he wouldn't characterize it that way.
Moore also admitted to lying about his education in a sworn document. He said he took the document very seriously "Obviously by your signature and misstatement," Cipolla replied sarcastically.
Cipolla went through emails from Dale Stark and had Moore admit they didn't contain threats to kill.
Cipolla asked Moore why he was accessing Dale's accounts. Moore said Shellye gave him power of attorney.
Cipolla disputed Moore's responses several times as being dishonest, then stopped, saying it would "be fruitless."
On re-cross, Cipolla asked if it would be prudent to provide emails with death threats in the retaining order, and Moore said that it would.
The defense rested. The prosecution recalled Detective Kip Hollenbeck as a rebuttal witness. Cipolla asked Hollenbeck if his reports were accurate, and Hollenbeck said that they were. He said Moore said he never heard direct death threats.
Court is on a break until 1:30 p.m. Jurors will then hear instructions and closing arguments.