Count 6 Dismissed in Rittenhouse Case Just Before Closing Arguments Get Underway

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Count 6 was dismissed about 9:37 a.m. CT just before Closing Argument get underway on Monday, November 15, 2021.

Count 6: POSSESSION OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON BY A PERSON UNDER 18

The above-named defendant on or about Tuesday, August 25, 2020, in the City of Kenosha County, Wisconsin, being a person uner 18 years of age, did go armed with a dangerous weapon, contrary to sec. 948.60(2)(a), 939/51(3)(a)Wis. Stats., a Class A Misdemeanor, and upon conviction may be fined not more than Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000), or imprisoned not more than nine (9) months, or both.

The Prosecution team failed, purposely neglected or forgot to offer the length of the AR-15 and just got count six dismissed after admitting the barrel length was legal. They possibly purposely neglected to reported the length of the gun barrel because they knew the gun was legal.

Kyle Rittenhouse listens to Defense Attorney Mark Richards during closing arguments on Monday, November 15, 2021
Kyle Rittenhouse listens to Defense Attorney Mark Richards during closing arguments on Monday, November 15, 2021 (SOURCE: Court Feed).

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The undersigned (Deputy District Attorney Angelina Gabriele), being first duly sworn, states that:

Count 1: FIRST DEGREE RECKLESS HOMICIDE, USE OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON

The above-named defendant on or about Tuesday, August 25, 2020 in the City of Kenosha, Kenosha County, Wisconsin, did recklessly cause the death of Joseph D. Rosenbaum, under circumstances which show utter disregard for human life, contrary to sec. 940.02(1), 939.50 (3)(b), 939.63(1)(b) Wis. Stats., a Class B Felony, and upon conviction may be sentenced to a term of imprisonment not to exceed sixty (60) years.

And further, invoking the provisions of sec. 939.63(1)(b) Wis. Stats., because the defendant committed this offense while using a dangerous weapon, the maximum term of imprisonment for the felony may be increased by not more than 5 years.

Count 2: FIRST DEGREE RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING SAFETY, USE OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON

The above-named defendant on or about Tuesday, August 25, 2020 in the City of Kenosha, Kenosha County, Wisconsin, did recklessly endanger the safety of Richard McGinnis, under cirumstances which show utter disregard for human life, contrary to sec. 941.30(1), 939.50(3)(f), 939.63(1)(b) Wis. Stats., a Class F Felony, and upon conviction may be fined not more than Twenty Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000), or imprisoned not more than twelve (12) years and six (6) months, or both.

And further, invoking the provisions of sec. 939.63(1)(b) Wis. Stats., because the defendant committed this offense while using a dangerous weapon, the maximum term of imprisonment for the felony may be increased by not more than 5 years.

Count 3: FIRST DEGREE INTENTIONAL HOMICIDE, USE OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON

The above-named defendant on or about Tuesday, August 25, 2020 in the City of Kenosha, Kenosha County, Wisconsin, did cause the death of Anthony M. Huber, with intent to kill that person, contrary to sec. 940.01(1)(a), 939.50(3)(a), 939.32, 939.63(1)(b) Wis. Stats., a Class A Felony, and upon conviction shall be sentenced to imprisonment for life.

And further, invoking the provisions of sec. 939.63(1)(b) Wis. Stats., because the defendant committed this offense while using a dangerous weapon, the maximum term of imprisonment for the felony may be increased by not more than 5 years.

Count 4: ATTEMPT FIRST DEGREE INTENTIONAL HOMICIDE, USE OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON

The above-named defendant on or about Tuesday, August 25, 2020 in the City of Kenosha, Kenosha County, Wisconsin, attempted to cause the death of Gaige P. Grosskreutz, with intent to kill that person, contrary to sec. 940.01(1)(b), 939.50(3)(a), 939.63(1)(b) Wis. Stats., a Class B Felony, and upon conviction may be sentenced to a term of imprisonment not to exceed sixty (60) years.

And further, invoking the provisions of sec. 939.63(1)(b) Wis. Stats., because the defendant committed this offense while using a dangerous weapon, the maximum term of imprisonment for the felony may be increased by not more than 5 years.

Count 5: FIRST DEGREE RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING SAFETY, USE OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON

The above-named defendant on or about Tuesday, August 25, 2020, in the City of Kenosha County, Wisconsin, did recklessly endanger the safety of an unknown male, under circumstances which show utter disregard for human life, contrary to sec. 941.30(1), 939.50(3)(f), 939.63(1)(b) Wis. Stats., a Class F Felony, and upon conviction may be fined not more than Twenty Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000), or imprisoned not more than twelve (12) years and six (6) months, or both.

And further, invoking the provisions of sec. 939.63(1)(b) Wis. Stats., because the defendant committed this offense while using a dangerous weapon, the maximum term of imprisonment for the felony may be increased by not more than 5 years.

Count 6: POSSESSION OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON BY A PERSON UNDER 18

The above-named defendant on or about Tuesday, August 25, 2020, in the City of Kenosha County, Wisconsin, being a person uner 18 years of age, did go armed with a dangerous weapon, contrary to sec. 948.60(2)(a), 939/51(3)(a)Wis. Stats., a Class A Misdemeanor, and upon conviction may be fined not more than Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000), or imprisoned not more than nine (9) months, or both.