Kyle Rittenhouse trial: Defense attorney discusses deliberations
Michael Hart, a defense attorney who is not involved in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, joined FOX6 News at 4 on Tuesday to discuss jury deliberations, how long it may take to reach a verdict and more.
MILWAUKEE - The jury in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse began deliberations Tuesday, Nov. 16. To discuss what happens now – and how long it may take – Defense Attorney Michael Hart, who is not involved in the case, joined FOX6 News.
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Ion Meyn, a law professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, also joined FOX6 News to explain which charges may take longer than others for the jury to consider and what happens if they cannot agree.
Kyle Rittenhouse trial: Legal analysis as jury deliberations begin
UW Law Assistant Professor Ion Meyn joined FOX6 News to talk about the Kyle Rittenhouse trial following the first day of jury deliberations.
Kyle Rittenhouse trial: Law professor dicusses jury deliberations
Ion Meyn, a law professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, joined FOX6 News at 5 to discuss jury deliberations in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse. He discusses charges that may prompt longer consideration from the jury and what would happen if they cannot agree on charges.
Hundreds of pages of emails, letters, and even postcards have been sent to the Kenosha County Courthouse since Monday, Nov. 1 – the day jury selection began in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.
Kyle Rittenhouse played a direct role Tuesday in deciding, albeit randomly, who will be the final 12 jurors that will decide his innocence or guilt in the murder trial over his killing two protesters and injuring a third last summer.
Political leaders from Kenosha to Madison are trying to prepare for whatever reactions come from the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. The governor ordered roughly 500 Wisconsin National Guard troops to be ready on standby, and police departments are watching the trial.