Jurors in the Craig Rideout murder trial will return to deliberations Thursday morning to consider the fate of the four accused of the homicide.
Throughout a day of deliberations Wednesday, jurors asked for some trial testimony to be read back, and also had state Supreme Court Justice Thomas Moran re-read them some legal definitions, such as the requirements for someone to be considered an accomplice to a crime.
Four defendants are accused of killing Craig Rideout and the botched attempt to cover it up: his estranged wife, Laura Rideout; two of Laura and Craig's sons, Colin and Alexander Rideout, and Laura's boyfriend, Paul "P.J." Tucci.
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