Andrea Isom was the only reporter asking questions of former Oklahoma City cop Daniel Holtzclaw as deputies walked him into court this morning. Holtzclaw was convicted of sex crimes in December after a trial during which 13 alleged victims testified he took advantage of them while on duty.Like Crime Watch Daily on Facebook for updates on his sentencing.
On Wednesday, Holtzclaw's attorney filed a motion for a new trial.
In the court documents obtained by KFOR, Holtzclaw's attorney claims his client was denied a fair trial “because the government made deliberate discovery violations and misrepresentations, undermining confidence in the verdict.”
Holtzclaw's attorney, Scott Adams, said newly discovered evidence was not disclosed to the defense.
Thursday's sentencing, which was scheduled to begin at 10 a.m., was delayed because of the request for a new trial.
The judge denied Holtzclaw's attorney's motion for a new trial.
After listening to victims' statements, the judge sentenced Holtzclaw to serve all 263 years in prison on Thursday.
Holtzclaw will serve all 263 years consecutively.
Daniel Holtzclaw reacts to his conviction on Dec. 10, 2015