Closing Arguments Set For Monday In Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

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A contentious battle over jury instructions erupted in court today, with the prosecution asking the judge to allow jurors to consider some lesser charges. The judge says he’s inclined to allow some, but not all and will issue final rulings tomorrow.

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