Closing statements are expected Thursday in the trial of a man from Augusta accused of attacking a family in Pittston with a machete. On Wednesday the 16-member jury in the Daniel Fortune case heard from forensic analysts. Among them, an expert on tool marks who testifed that a large folding knife was used to cut the amarm sensor in the Guerrette home in May of 2008. The state is claiming Fortune had that knife in his possession during the attacks. Fortune is charged with attempted murder for the attack that left William Guerrette and his daughter permanently injured.