Officer who shot Daunte Wright released on bail

Protesters gathered for a fourth consecutive night and former officer Kim Potter is expected to be in court Thursday.
1:08 | 04/15/21

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Transcript for Officer who shot Daunte Wright released on bail
A Stephanie what do we expect to see. From camp waters court appearance this afternoon. Well Diane it'll be interesting to see at what exactly happens during the court appearance because Kim potter has already posted bail yesterday she was taken into custody and hours later she was released on bond that bond said at a 100000 dollars. Seoul what do we don't we just in to see how that all plays out but despite. That charge against her as you sign the peace protesters. Still took to the streets in Brooklyn center. Pros sit protesting over the killing of Donte' right and of course we Burke from. Donte' rights of families through all of they are attorney saying if they were hoping for a more serious charge now Tim potter. Is facing that second degree manslaughter charge she could face up to ten years in prison. Plus a 20000. Dollar fine. But here at Minnesota according to sentencing guidelines she went. People more likely to face four to five years and of course if that case of her case goes to a jury she could also be acquitted Diane. All right Stephanie Ramos in Minneapolis Minnesota thank you.

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