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Special coverage plan: Where you can watch the Ray Tensing verdict

CINCINNATI (FOX19) -

Jurors are deliberating the fate of former University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing in the murder of Sam DuBose.

Here is how you can watch and follow the verdict:

Online:

Access the live stream here 

Through the ‘Live Streaming’ tab of the FOX19 NOW mobile app. It's a free download for Android and Apple devices 

On FOX19 NOW’s Facebook Live stream.

Follow the reporter social feed for real-time updates and reaction in and around the courthouse.

The Ray Tensing section of FOX19NOW.com is home to stories and videos from each day of the trial. There, you'll also find history of the case and biographies of the key names to know.

JOIN THE CONVERSATION: Each day at 3 p.m., FOX19 NOW reporters will ask your questions to legal experts live on Facebook. 

On your TV streaming media player

FOX19 NOW is available on the Roku and Amazon Fire apps via your TV streaming devices.

You can watch our Ray Tensing trial coverage live as it airs via either service or watch the segments later at your leisure.

Click here to add the FOX19 NOW app for your Roku player or Roku TV or on Amazon Fire by clicking here.

On air:

Three of Cincinnati’s top lawyers are serving as FOX19 NOW’s daily legal experts. Their combined experience and knowledge will provide a viewpoint you won’t see anywhere else in the Tri-State.

Clyde Bennett, Mike Allen and Mark Krumbein will join the FOX19 NOW Morning News (4:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.) and Evening News shows (6 p.m. and 10 p.m.)

From 6 until 6:30 p.m., our team will bring you a special show with a full recap and analysis of the day’s events. The show will also stream online. 

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