Jennifer Mee listens to testimony during her trial for first degree murder
Clearwater, Florida -- Closing arguments are under way in the "Hiccup Girl" Jennifer Mee's murder trial.
Each side has 90 minutes to present their final case, then it is expected to go to the jury.
Prosecutors say in 2010 Mee helped two men lure Shannon Griffin, with the intent of robbing him. But instead, Griffin was murdered. Now she's on trial for first degree murder.
Mee gained national attention in 2007 for her case of non-stop hiccups, and she became known as the "Hiccup Girl."
In court Thursday, Mee lived up to her nickname after getting a case of the hiccups. They went away after she drank some water.
WATCH: Jennifer Mee hiccups in court
If convicted, Mee could spend the rest of her life in prison.