Closing arguments are just finishing in Waupaca County Circuit Court at this hour in the murder trial of Allison Roe. Jury instructions were given to the 10-women, 2-men panel just after 9:30 this morning, and the jury will begin their deliberations this afternoon. Roe is charged with first degree intentional homicide in the stabbing death of Craig Dake in Fremont in March of 2015, but the jury will be allowed to find Roe guilty of a lesser homicide, if they so choose. Prosecutor Veronica Isherwood focused on inconsistencies in Roe’s testimony during her closing appeal, saying that Roe’s version of events doesn’t match the physical evidence. Defense attorney Troy Nielson told the jury that Roe felt her life was in danger at the time. Roe faces the possibility of life in prison if the jury comes back with a guilty verdict.