"And in your own case, the body was buried, it was hidden," said Sakin.
"Correct," answered Carr.
Lunceford, who has spent half her life behind bars, had her life sentence reduced to 10 years in return for her testimony. Carr said she has been made no promises but hopes eventually to win parole or clemency because of her cooperation.
"I would hope to think that one day I would get a second chance," she said. "I've done everything in my life to be a better person."
Prosecutors hope to wrap up their main case this week. Graham's defense will then have its chance to put on witnesses. It's not clear whether Graham will testify in the case, which already has lasted about five weeks.