NBC News reports:
Closing arguments are scheduled to begin Monday in Kyle Rittenhouse’s murder trial, with the case expected to go to the jury soon after.
The jury that will decide Kyle Rittenhouse’s fate could be allowed to consider some lesser charges in addition to those prosecutors originally brought against him, after fierce debate by both sides on Friday. Closing arguments in the case are expected to take upwards of four to five hours.
Judge Bruce Schroeder will then reduce the number of jurors from 18 to 12 by drawing names out of a tumbler in much the same way lottery numbers are chosen.