Decision expected Monday in Evans trial

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CHICAGO -- Closing arguments are underway in the trial of Chicago Police Commander Glenn Evans. He is charged with aggravated battery and official misconduct.

The case goes back to January 2013. Prosecutors say Evans chased Rickey Williams into an abandoned house on the city's south side, jammed a gun down his throat and held a taser to his groin.

Williams' DNA was found on the barrel of Evans' gun. Evans did not take the stand in his own defense. A judge will determine his fate.

Evans chose not to testify and he has opted for a bench trial.

Judge Diane Cannon will review the evidence over the weekend.   She will announce her decision on Monday

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