Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Day 3 - Judge Issues & More Witnesses
The judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, Kenosha County Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder, went on a prolonged rant against media criticism of the case Wednesday, saying he has followed the law and any assertions otherwise could be detrimental to the community. Social media influencer Koerri Washington spent much of the morning Wednesday, Nov. 3 testifying
Where do you think is leaning after day 3? defense and prosecution?
Day 1 started off with some technical difficulties and the judge making light of it to entertain the potential jurors. Once the technical problems were solved, jury selection began. The prosecution went first, but surprisingly the judge help most of the time.
Kyle Rittenhouse, now 18, formerly of Antioch, Illinois, has been charged with six felonies and one misdemeanor. He has pleaded not guilty by self-defense. The Lawyer You Know gives a quick recap of day 2 of the trial & discusses what he thinks the defense and prosecution have done right/wrong in the trial so far. Opening statements included more arguments than statements surprisingly & Jacob Black, the first witness of the trial may have done more for the defense than the prosecution.