R. KELLY's defense team has rested its case in the star's child pornography trial - only two days after the legal team's arguments began. The abrupt ending to the defense's argument came yesterday as Kelly's lawyer Ed Genson stated he would not be calling any more witnesses to the stand. The defense called on less than half the witnesses the prosecution asked to testify. The prosecution is expected to re-call key witnesses to the stand in the next few days. Judge Vincent Gaughan told jurors to expect closing arguments from both sides to begin on Thursday Kelly has pleaded not guilty to all 14 counts of child pornography.