Attorney For Reserve Deputy Argues In Tulsa Court
TULSA COUNTY, Oklahoma - The attorney representing the Tulsa County reserve deputy who shot and killed Eric Harris in April argued in a closed hearing for the second day in a row.
Clark Brewster will defend Bob Bates in February on a charge of second-degree manslaughter.
Brewster and several of his attorneys argued in District Judge Rebecca Nightingale's courtroom for about two hours.
The arguments are not public record, but the hearing pertains to testimony in the grand jury investigation of the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office.
We asked Brewster why he was there.
Allison: "Mr. Brewster, what are you here for today?"
Brewster: "Oh, just having fun"
Sheriff Stanley Glanz will testify in front of the grand jury Wednesday morning.
The investigation is expected to wrap up this fall.