NEW YORK (AP) A jury has begun deliberating the destiny of a person charged with planting bombs on New York Metropolis streets, together with one which detonated and injured 30 individuals.
The federal jury began working Friday after listening to two weeks of proof towards Ahmad Khan Rahimi.
The 29-yr-previous Elizabeth, New Jersey, man has been held with out bail since his arrest two days after the September 2016 assaults that injured 30 when a bomb went off in Manhattan. He’s additionally accused of planting bombs in New Jersey that did not harm anybody.
Rahimi was born in Afghanistan and selected to not testify.
The jury started deliberations after listening to closing arguments.
Rahimi’s lawyer Sabrina Shroff urged jurors to acquit Rahimi of three costs that would trigger a compulsory life jail time period.