Imran Ali is still getting hate mail, eight months after he stepped down as prosecutor in the case against former Brooklyn Center Police Officer Kim Potter.
Kim Potter, a former Brooklyn Center police officer, has been found guilty of first-degree and second-degree manslaughter in the deadly shooting of Daunte Wright.
Timeline of events from the deadly police shooting of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center on April 11 to the trial of former police officer Kim Potter on Nov. 30.
The jury in the Kim Potter trial entered a third day of deliberations Wednesday as they decide whether to convict the former Brooklyn Center police officer of manslaughter in Daunte Wright's traffic stop shooting death.
Legal experts in the Twin Cities suggest that the jurors may be split over a verdict of guilty or not guilty on the charges of first and second degree manslaughter former Brooklyn Center Police Officer Kim Potter faces.
The jury in the Kim Potter trial has wrapped their third day of deliberations Wednesday without reaching a verdict. They will remain sequestered & continue their efforts on Thursday morning.
In court Tuesday afternoon, the jurors asked Judge Chu the protocol if they were unable to reach a consensus on the verdict in the Potter trial.
As the jury in the trial of Kim Potter continues deliberations, Brooklyn Center held a virtual meeting on Thursday on a measure to revamp the police department after Daunte Wright's death.
Jurors wrapped up five-plus hours of deliberations on Monday without a decision in the trial of Kim Potter and are set to return Tuesday morning, Judge Chu said Monday deliberations would go until 6 p.m. and jurors are being sequestered at a hotel for the length of deliberations.
Kim Potter’s testimony on Friday was notably scant on a key element of her defense – that she made a mistake when she drew her handgun instead of her Taser and killed Wright during a traffic stop last April in Brooklyn Center.
The defense rested their case Friday in the manslaughter trial of Kim Potter after the former Brooklyn Center police officer concluded her testimony on the deadly traffic stop shooting of Daunte Wright.
The defense called its first witnesses Thursday in the trial of former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter, who is accused of shooting and killing 20-year-old Daunte Wright during a traffic stop earlier this year.
The state called its final witnesses Wednesday including a use-of-force expert in the manslaughter trial of Kim Potter, the former Brooklyn Center police officer accused of shooting and killing 20-year-old Daunte Wright during a traffic stop, but they did not rest their case.
The manslaughter trial of Kimberly Potter, the former Brooklyn Center police officer charged in the deadly shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright during a traffic stop, began on Tuesday, Nov. 30.
Prosecutors called more witnesses Tuesday in the trial of Kim Potter as they continue to try to poke holes in the former Brooklyn Center police officer’s claim that she mistook her gun for her Taser when she fatally shot 20-year-old Daunte Wright during a traffic stop last year.
The Kim Potter trial enters its second week, with Day 4 of testimony in Minneapolis. The former Brooklyn Center police officer is charged with manslaughter in the killing of Daunte Wright for firing her gun instead of her taser.
A defense expert in the trial of Kim Potter is expected to testify this week about a controversial theory used to explain how an officer can mistake their handgun for a TASER.
After prosecutors spent nearly a day reconstructing the moments after a suburban Minneapolis police officer shot and killed Daunte Wright, one of her attorneys had heard enough.
Three witnesses testified in the Kim Potter trial Friday, including former Brooklyn Center police sergeant Mychal Johnson who was the third police officer at the deadly traffic stop that took Daunte Wright's life.
DAY TWO OF TESTIMONY IN KIM POTTER TRIAL: Daunte Wright's girlfriend who was in the car with him during the fatal police stop and responding officers and paramedics testified on Thursday. Judge Chu denied the defense's motion for a mistrial.