Defense attorney Earl Gray leaves the Ramsey County Courthouse in St. Paul, Minn. on Monday, June 12, 2017.
Philando Castile funeral was held on July 14, 2016 in St. Paul Minnesota.
A Minnesota jury has ended its first partial day of deliberations without a verdict in the trial of a police officer who fatally shot a black motorist past year during a traffic stop.
Castile had informed Yanez when the officer approached Castile's auto that he was carrying a gun.
St. Anthony Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez, 29, has been charged with one count of second-degree manslaughter and two counts of unsafe discharge of a firearm.
No explanation was given for the request.
Leary refused a jury request to view a post-shooting video interview with Yanez by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, excerpts of which were read in court.
The jury ended the day without a verdict and was to resume Wednesday.
Reynolds' video of the gruesome aftermath of the shooting was shared widely, and included her statements that Castile hadn't been reaching for his gun.
The video shows the interaction between the two men, the shooting and attempts to revive Castile.
The defense attorney also refuted the inconsistencies in Yanez's statements using the word "it" instead of "gun".
Yanez said that gave him "strong suspicions" about Castile, so he concluded Philando was one of the robbery suspects.
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In that Facebook video, Castile - bleeding heavily - insists that he hadn't been reaching for his gun, which he had a permit to carry. He then asked for Castile's license and proof of insurance.
"You didn't say firearm", Assistant Ramsey County Attorney Rick Dusterhoft said of Yanez's BCA interview.
Paulsen explained to jurors that even if Castile pulled the gun, no bullets were in the gun's chamber at the time and Castile would have had to use both hands to fire the gun anyway.
Assistant Ramsey County Prosecutor Jeff Paulsen began his closing arguments shortly after 10 a.m., describing what he called Officer Yanez's impulsive decision that led to Castile's ultimate death - one that he said makes him guilty of culpable negligence.
After the shooting, the video shows Yanez standing at the vehicle window with his gun drawn for some time. The video then shows other police officers arriving at the scene.
During his testimony Friday, Yanez said he saw Castile's hand on a gun.
Gray was more emphatic in his argument, calling the state's argument "unfair", especially their claim that there is zero evidence Castile was pulling out his gun out of his right pocket.
Castile had THC, the high-giving component of marijuana, in his blood when he died.
Yanez is facing charges for second-degree murder and risky discharge of a firearm. "He had no complaints", prosecutor Jeffrey Paulsen said at officer Jeronimo Yanez's manslaughter trial.
She says: "We need to just stand in solidarity".
"Officer Yanez used deadly force as a first option rather than a last resort", he told the jury. She says, "This is no longer about Philando; this is about humanity".
The jury deliberating the fate of a Minnesota police officer charged in the fatal shooting of a black motorist has watched replays of two key videos in the case.