Closing arguments at Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial began with a prosecutor questioning whether Rittenhouse was really there to help the night he showed up in Kenosha.
Here’s a look at the charges that prosecutors carried into court, as well as lesser charges that the judge could put before the jury in final instructions.
The defense rested its case Thursday at the self-defense trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, setting the stage for closing arguments Monday.
Kyle Rittenhouse took the stand in his self-defense trial, testifying about how he shot three men who lunged at him during a riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Rittenhouse, now 18, appeared composed as he gave answers in a matter-of-fact tone to questions from defense attorney Mark Richards.
Eyewitness says Kyle Rittenhouse was shaken after deadly altercation: ‘My God my life might be over’
Stammering, shaking, sweating and pale, Rittenhouse hammered on the door of a local business that he had been protecting that night.
Prosecutors finished calling witnesses after five days of testimony in the high-profile self-defense case that riveted the nation.
Prosecutors said they received a low-resolution copy earlier but weren’t given a high-definition one until Friday, Day 5 of the trial.
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