Will the prosecution spend another day focused on proving things that are not in dispute as an excuse to put bloody photos in front of the jury, or will it finally try to prove whether a crime was committed?
Welcome to our coverage of the Kim Potter manslaughter trial over the April 11, 2021, shooting death of Daunte Wright in a suburb of Minneapolis, when then-police officer Potter accidentally used her Glock 17 pistol in place of her intended Taser.
I expect that the defense cross-examination of use-of-force trainer Sergeant Mike Peterson first thing this morning will be LIT!
In this LIVE post, we’ll provide real-time live streaming and commenting on the trial proceedings throughout the day, as the State continues to present its case in chief, and the defense continues to cross-examine the State’s witnesses.
For some more detailed background on this event and court proceedings to date, see these earlier posts:
Until next time:
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