Dominique Cook and Octavius Garrett both face charges in connection with the shooting death of Anthony Garner. After a pre-trial conference, the judge says both men will be given the opportunity to watch the surveillance video that captured garner's murder, as well as view other evidence held against them. Garrett's defense attorney says even if his client is identified in the video, the tape only displays harassment.
"If he is identified the way the district attorney's office believes he should be identified, then he'll be somebody that didn't have a gun, that didn't fire a shot, and that caused no physical injury to Mr. Garner," says Christopher Pelli, Garrett's defense attorney.
Dominique Cook's attorney declined to comment. Cook and Garrett are due back in court in early September to decide whether they want to accept the plea deal or take their case to trial.