Cincinnati police Detective Howard Grant testified earlier in the day that he had "no concern at all" that Chandler understood what he was being asked and pointed out that he'd answered many questions by blinking before being asked to identify the shooter.
Also Tuesday, a jailhouse informant testified that Woods told him that he killed Chandler because he caught him buying drugs from someone else while still owing Woods money.
The informant, Jermaine Beard, is facing four counts of armed robbery that could carry a prison term of up to 56 years.
Defense attorneys questioned Beard's motives, pointing out that he testified in two other murder cases and getting him to acknowledge that he was trying to get a light sentence for himself by helping prosecutors.
In opening statements last week, defense attorney Wendy Calaway told jurors that Woods did not shoot Chandler, calling him "an innocent man who found himself in a perfect storm of misinformation and misidentification."
She said that Chandler had stolen drugs from dealers, was considered a police "snitch" and had many enemies.