- Officer Betty Shelby faces manslaughter charges in the shooting death of Terence Crutcher
- She fired the deadly shot in September
- Her defense claims she fired in self-defense
- She went to court to attempt to get the charges dropped Wednesday; that motion was denied
- The judge set a trial date for May 8.
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The Tulsa Police officer accused of manslaughter returned to court Wednesday.
The judge denied motions filed by Shelby's attorneys to quash and remand.
The charges will not be dropped and a trial date is set for May 8 at 1:30 p.m.
Shelby’s attorney say they plan on appealing the judge’s ruling. They have 10 days to file an appeal with the court of criminal appeals.
Shelby faces manslaughter charges for the Sept. 2016 death of Terence Crutcher.
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Her defense claims Shelby acted in self defense.
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