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Closing arguments have been made in the case against 27-year old Jacquetta Simmons of Batavia.

Simmons is accused of punching 70-year old Wal-Mart cashier Grace Suozzi last Christmas Eve and has been charged under New York’s “Granny Law”.

Simmons fate is now in the hands of a jury of 10 women and two men. They've asked to see the surveillance footage for the second time. A verdict in the trial is expected to come back before the end of the day.

Before the jury makes their determination you can decide for yourself by watching the surveillance footage of the incident. 

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# Della Bartz
Friday, August 24, 2012 2:05 PM
It truly looks like an open and shut case per the video and even the trip-ups in the testimony of Simmons and her brother. The altruistic crap she spouted about wanting to start a not-for-profit for abused or homeless women and children was ridiculous. If Ms. Simmons has such a hair-trigger temper that she just viciously assaults a person and then conveniently forgets what she did, then the last place she should be is around victims or children!

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