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Dennis Bauer confers with lawyer Karen Unger.

Jury deliberating

Michele Devlin moves mannekins that illustrate bullet trajectories during closing arguments.
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Above, Michele Devlin, Clallam County chief criminal deputy prosecuting, top, moves mannequins that illustrate bullet trajectories during closing arguments Thursday in the triple-murder trial of Port Angeles resident Dennis Bauer. Below, Bauer confers with attorney Karen Unger. The jury, which deliberated late Thursday and all day Friday following eight weeks of testimony, reconvenes Monday with more than 900 exhibits including numerous weapons at their disposal. Bauer is charged with three aggravated first-degree murder counts and 13 weapons charges.

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Dennis Bauer confers with lawyer Karen Unger.

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