Kyle Rittenhouse case: Jury set to begin deliberations on potential prison times

Kyle Rittenhouse case: Jury set to begin deliberations on potential prison times


Jurors are set to begin deliberations at Kenosha gunman Kyle Rittenhouse’s murder trial Tuesday — deciding if the teen either walks or potentially gets as much as a mandatory life sentence.

The 12-member jury will get to decide on five felony charges with sentences ranging from 12-1/2 years behind bars to life, with two also punishable by up to 60 years in prison.

During closing arguments Monday, prosecutors called Rittenhouse — who was only 17 at the time — a “wannabe soldier” who walked off like a “hero in a Western” after killing two men and wounding a third.

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Rittenhouse’s defense has insisted that he only had a semi-automatic rifle to protect himself while helping others — and only used deadly force when

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