Monday's testimony in the Marathon bombing trial focused on the two shoot-outs that ultimately led to the capture of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, and the day began with a field trip that was cloaked in secrecy.

The jury was taken to the boat where Tsarnaev had stayed hidden for hours. The jurors were put onto a forklift, two at a time, so they could see the inside of the boat without touching it. 

Only three sketch artists and two members of the press were allowed to go along. And afterward, the rest of the media was briefed on the trip.

Once testimony resumed in court, it focused on the incident in Watertown that killed Dzhokhar's brother, Tamerlan.

Emily Rooney was at the courthouse all day and gave her perspective.