Closing Arguments Heard In Eavesdropping Case 3-15-2011 - WNEM TV 5

Closing Arguments Heard In Eavesdropping Case 3-15-2011

The trial for a man who police said broke into his neighbor’s home 10 times over a four-month period continued Tuesday.
Paul Rivard, 36, is accused of planting a baby monitor in the bedroom of his neighbor’s home to eavesdrop on them. Authorities said he also rearranged items in their home and torched their clothes.
The woman’s husband testified that he got into a fight with Rivard and witnessed him harass his wife.
Closing arguments concluded just after 2 p.m. The jury will be allowed to leave for the night if a verdict isn't reached by 5 p.m.
If Rivard is convicted, this incident will not be his first home invasion.
State prison records show the 36-year-old was paroled in late 2008 after serving 10 years for second-degree home invasion.
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