Natalie Wisco, a defense attorney for 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, took it to prosecution Wednesday over claims that the state withheld video evidence from defense.
As outlined by National Review, the defense has accused the prosecution “of introducing drone footage of the incident in question that was lower quality than the footage that was already admitted into evidence and presented to the jury.”
“The video footage has been at the center of this case,” the motion for a mistrial with prejudice reads. “The failure to provide the same quality footage in this particular case is intentional and clearly prejudices the defendant.”
Assistant District Attorney James Kraus blamed Wisco for having the “wrong software” on her device and therefore receiving a “compressed” version of the video, denying the state sent