Judge rules on video evidence allowed in David Bisard trial
A judicial ruling will affect what videos can be submitted into evidence in the David Bisard trial.
He is the IMPD officer who was accused of driving drunk when he crashed his squad car into a group of motorcycle riders.
The crash killed one person and critically injured two others.
The trial begins today in Fort Wayne.
The case was moved out of Indianapolis due to pretrial publicity.
Friday, the judge signed an order that allows the prosecution to use three videos as evidence.
But the judge is blocking a fourth video, a computer generated animation that dramatizes the speed of Bisard's squad car.