By NBC News
April 6, 2015

After weeks of graphic testimony on one of the worst terror attacks on American soil, the case against alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will go to a jury Tuesday for a decision that is widely expected to result in a conviction and trigger a second phase to determine whether he should be executed.

The jury will begin deliberations Tuesday morning after hearing closing arguments Monday from lawyers on both sides: prosecutors who brought an overwhelming amount of evidence against Tsarnaev and defense lawyers who don’t dispute most of it but argue he was manipulated by his older brother. Monday’s…

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