During her cross-examination of Kentucky State Police instructor Richard Parkos, defense attorney Kate Dunn went over  photos of a re-enactment of the crash that killed Lexington police officer Bryan  Durman on April 29, 2010. Parkos conducted the  re-enactment May 26 after reviewing two crash investigation reports — one for the prosecution and one for the defense.
During her cross-examination of Kentucky State Police instructor Richard Parkos, defense attorney Kate Dunn went over photos of a re-enactment of the crash that killed Lexington police officer Bryan Durman on April 29, 2010. Parkos conducted the re-enactment May 26 after reviewing two crash investigation reports — one for the prosecution and one for the defense.
During her cross-examination of Kentucky State Police instructor Richard Parkos, defense attorney Kate Dunn went over photos of a re-enactment of the crash that killed Lexington police officer Bryan Durman on April 29, 2010. Parkos conducted the re-enactment May 26 after reviewing two crash investigation reports — one for the prosecution and one for the defense.

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