Judge Sets Final Rules Ahead of Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

by | Nov 2, 2021 | Latest, Social Justice | 0 comments

Protesting for social justice and human right violation is common in the USA. Protesting the shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin resulted in casualties during the demos. Following the shooting incident, Rittenhouse was arrested and accused of shooting two people while injuring a third. 

Presiding over the Rittenhouse, Judge Bruce Schroeder set out some rules of the trial proceedings. Being a suspect in the shooting, the 18-year-old Illinois native, Rittenhouse, was arrested and accused of homicide. Preparing for the commencement of the trial, Judge Bruce Schroeder set the terminology that will not be used in the courtroom. 

Issuing the trial rules, the judge further allowed the use of force expert John Black to testify. Testifying was restricted to the timeline of events on the night of the incident. It will not include telling the court or what Rittenhouse was thinking. 

Listening to Kyle Rittenhouse’s homicide case is expected to last for two weeks, and a jury selection will take place on 1st November 2021.  

During the arrest, the accused was aged 17 and will answer charges of homicide and possession of a weapon as a minor. Proceeding will also allow review of footage of interactions by the accused with police.  

Shocking revelations confess to police appreciating armed militia, including the accused. 

This article was penned by Jonathan P. Wright. Jonathan is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream publications and CVO of RADIOPUSHERS. You can read more of his work by clicking here.  

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