(Hennepin County, MN) — Closing arguments are set to get underway today in the trial of a former Brooklyn Center police officer charged with killing an unarmed Black man during a traffic stop. The defense rested its case Friday after Kim Potter testified, maintaining she shot Daunte Wright on accident, mistaking her service weapon for her Taser. Potter is facing manslaughter charges which carry a maximum sentence of 15 years. The jury is expected to begin deliberating today.
Defense In Potter Trial Rests Case, Closing Arguments Begin
By Ashley Hanley|2021-12-20T05:13:37-06:00December 20th, 2021|