Jury to decide fate of Mass. State Trooper charged with assault

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Judge Charles Temple listens from the bench as lead defense Attorney Ronald Caron delivers his closing argument during Wednesday's proceedings in the assault trial of Massachusetts State Trooper Joseph Flynn. The jury is deliberating.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Joseph Flynn, center, and two of his attorneys, Owen Graham, left, and Mark Attorri, listen to lead defense Attorney Ronald Caron deliver his closing argument Wednesday on the sixth day of Flynn's assault trial. The jury continues its deliberations Thursday.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Assistant Attorney General Susan Morell delivers her closing argument Wednesday morning in the assault trial of Massachusetts State Trooper Joseph Flynn. The jury will continue deliberating Thursday.

NASHUA – Lengthy closing arguments delivered Wednesday morning by a prosecutor and the lead defense attorney brought to a close the testimony phase of Massachusetts State Trooper Joseph Flynn’s assault trial, thereby giving way to the start of jury deliberations.

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