But he said prosecutors had made a copy available to Fuller within hours of discovery.A former Schaumburg police officer accused of operating a drug ring with two other cops will go to trial in April.Mohamed Noor, who joined the department in March 2015, reached over and shot Justine Damond, 40, multiple times from the passenger seat of his squad car while she spoke to his colleague on the drivers side in a back alley.Both officer's bodycams were off and the squad car camera not recording when Damond - who was in her pyjamas - was killed at around 11.30pm on Saturday, just a month before she was due to marry.At a Monday hearing, Du Page County Judge Liam Brennan set a Nov. The former Schaumburg tactical officer has waived a jury trial and has opted to have Brennan decide whether he is guilty of more than two dozen felony counts involving alleged drug dealing.The trial is expected to take about a week and a half.While he placed road flares around the scene, Andersson was shot by a suspect who then physically assaulted him."A physical fight between our trooper and that suspect then ensued," DPS Capt. Meanwhile, Yoxall happened by and saw Pennelas-Escobar "getting the better of" the trooper.Yoxall stopped and asked the trooper if he needed help.
The new trial date reflects the resolution of a pretrial issue...Prosecutors argued that they had made timely disclosures, even of a 20-page handwritten note confiscated in Hudak's cell in 2013.Assistant State's Attorney Shanti Kulkarni told the judge that prosecutors had been unaware of the notes until this spring, when they were found in an interoffice envelope at the state's attorney office.Arizona's "defense of third person" law allows someone to use deadly force against another who is threatening or injuring a third person.It was not unusual that the 43-year-old was armed in the gun-friendly state with loose regulations on firearms.