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Crime Watch Daily: Should Daniel Holtzclaw get a new trial?

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SHOULD DANIEL HOLTZCLAW GET A NEW TRIAL?
“CRIME WATCH DAILY WITH CHRIS HANSEN” INVESTIGATES WITH SPECIAL GUEST NANCY GRACE

Special Episode Explores the Headline-Making Case That Shook the Nation

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (April 27, 2017) — Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen is devoting a special in-depth episode to the headline-making case of Daniel Holtzclaw, a former Oklahoma City police officer who was sentenced to 263 years in prison for 18 counts related to sexual assault, including rape. Prosecutors argue that Holtzclaw is a predator who used the power of his badge to prey on poor women of color who likely wouldn’t report their assaults. Holtzclaw’s defense attorneys argue that Holtzclaw did not receive a fair trial. Some of their arguments include: First, the prosecution made what the defense says was a grievous error in their misrepresentation of the DNA found on Holtzclaw’s pants; Second, the jury failed to look at each count against Holtzclaw separately; Third, the circus atmosphere during the trial denied him the right to a fair trial; Fourth, his sentence is excessive and unconstitutional. In this special episode of Crime Watch Daily, famed television host Nancy Grace joins Chris Hansen as a special contributor to dissect the Holtzclaw case.

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