Sunday, January 6, 2019

More testimony, closing arguments heard in officer-involved shooting pre-trial hearing/ Prosecutor compares defense of Officer Andrew Delke to argument used at Nuremberg

A ruling is expected to be made on Monday

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — The second day of a preliminary hearing for a decommissioned Metro Nashville police officer, who has been charged with criminal homicide in the shooting death of Daniel Hambrick, concluded Saturday.

General Sessions Judge Melissa Blackburn will announce on Monday her decision regarding whether or not there is enough evidence to bound the case over to a grand jury. (link)

Prosecutor compares defense of Officer Andrew Delke to argument used at Nuremberg

The Tennessean - Officer Andrew Delke, 25, is the first Nashville officer to be charged with criminal homicide for an on-duty shooting. During a preliminary hearing held Friday and Saturday, his defense team said the officer was following his training when he saw Daniel Hambrick holding a gun and then shot him in the back during a foot chase.


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