Day 3 of Sandor Guillen's vehicular homicide trial focused on allegations that traffic investigators mishandled evidence and paperwork in the horrific crash that killed 13-year-old Kaely Camacho. In question Friday was paperwork detailing the crash filled out by Miami-Dade Police investigator Richard Closius, who testified he made a simple mistake and quickly corrected it. One of the more dramatic moments Friday came when the defendant stood before the judge and insisted he would not be interested in lesser charges. Guillen, 39, insists he can beat his charges of vehicular homicide, DUI manslaughter and leaving the scene of an accident. NBC 6's Steve Litz reports.