New details of Marathon bombing, aftermath revealed ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page The long-awaited trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is set to begin Wednesday with opening statements in federal court. David L Ryan/Globe staff Friends and family of Marathon victims and survivors left the courthouse Wednesday. David L Ryan/Globe staff Survivors testified at the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. David L Ryan/Globe staff Wednesday's testimony was often illustrated by photos and videos. David L Ryan/Globe staff The 21-year-old Tsarnaev faces 30 charges, including 17 that carry the possibility of the death penalty. Art Lien A courtroom sketch depicts Dzhokhar Tsarnaev entering the courtroom on the first day of testimony in the Marathon bombing trial. Art Lien Prosecutor William Weinreb delivered his opening statement. Art Lien Courtroom sketch depicted defense attorney Judy Clarke during opening statements. Art Lien Victims of the Marathon bombing listened during the trial on Wednesday. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Boston Marathon victim Marc Fucarile (left) looked at a protester's signs outside the courthouse. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Jose Briceno of Cambridge held signs outside the courthouse. David L Ryan/Globe staff Boston Police were at the Moakley Federal Courthouse Wednesday. David L Ryan/Globe staff Media set up in the back of the Moakley Federal Courthouse. John Tlumacki/Globe STaff Authorities roamed the waters outside Moakley federal courthouse. John Tlumacki/Globe STaff A demonstrator held a sign outside the trial in Boston. John Tlumacki/Globe STaff Timothy Watkins, an attorney for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, arrived at the court. Wendy Maeda/Globe staff A K-9 officer and his dog patrolled outside the court Wednesday. Wendy Maeda/Globe staff Opening statements are set for today in the Marathon bombing trial. Wendy Maeda/Globe staff Some Marathon victims and their families arrived at the court. Wendy Maeda/Globe staff The victims were escorted inside court through a private entrance. John Tlumacki/Globe STaff Police walked the perimeter of the courthouse.