BRIGHAM CITY, Utah (AP) — Jury deliberations non-public begun within the trial of a former Utah Command College football participant accused of sexually assaulting six females while he used to be in college.
Prosecutor Spencer Walsh said within the course of closing arguments Thursday in Brigham Metropolis that it’s “impossible” that six females who don’t know every diversified might perhaps come forward with an identical accounts of alleged sexual assault by the 25-12 months-veteran Torrey Inexperienced.
Inexperienced’s lawyer Skye Lazaro countered that Inexperienced had consensual *** with four of the females and that two occurrences never came about. Lazaro told the jury that “hooking up” with females and having one-evening stands isn’t unlawful.
Inexperienced is accused of sexually assaulting six females when he used to be a student from 2013 to 2015. He has been charged with Eleven criminal counts.
The trial lasted near to 2 weeks.