Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-07-20 07:36:24 –
Honolulu prosecutors today claimed to have legal authority to prosecute three Honolulu police officers in connection with the shooting that killed a 16-year-old Oahu boy.
Prosecutors prosecuted and chased police after refusing to prosecute police officers in a shooting on April 5 that killed Iremamber Sykap, police said police said the grand jury was driving a stolen vehicle related to a series of crimes Led to.
The prosecutor explained why the law supports prosecuting police officers for attempted murder and attempted murder in response to a lawyer’s allegation against one of the police officers trying to dismiss the case.
Officer Zackary Ah Nee’s motion argues that officers can only be prosecuted by prosecution. Attorneys representing fellow officers Jeffrey Tom and Christopher Frederses joined the motion.
The prosecutor today said that felony charges were allowed in several ways, including a preliminary hearing in front of the judge to identify possible causes, and submitted a response.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, which is also the time when judges are expected to consider a motion to dismiss.
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