BANGOR — Jurors in the Rory Holland double murder trial saw graphic photographs today depicting a 75-foot trail of blood that led from the middle of South Street in Biddeford to a nearby driveway where 21-year-old Derek Green finally fell and died.

Holland is accused of the fatal shootings of Greene and his younger brother, 19-year-old Gage Greene, during the early-morning hours of June 30, 2009.

Gage Greene was shot once in the chest and died nearly instantly, according to testimony today. Derek Greene was shot three times and also died of his wounds.

Also today, Maine State Police Detective William Ross testified that he was called to Maine Medical Center about two hours after the shooting occurred and gathered bloody evidence from the rooms where the deceased brothers had been taken.

He said he collected clothing, eye glasses, shoes, a lighter and a driver’s license.

Ross also went to the shooting scene, where he found a loaded Glock magazine in a grassy area behind Holland’s South Street home.

Holland, 56, faces 25 years to life in prison if convicted. He contends he shot the young men in self-defense, after Gage Greene pushed him.

Derek Greene had been arrested and charged with assaulting Holland five weeks earlier and was under a bail condition to stay away from him when the shooting occurred.