UPDATE January 7, 2020:
Attorney James Hankins has filed Daniel Holtzclaw’s petition for review to the United States Supreme Court, KFOR reports.
“Holtzclaw seeks review of the unjust and unconstitutional ruling against him issued by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals (OCCA) in August 2019,” said Hankins.
The Supreme Court's response is due February 5, 2020.
April 28, 2017:
OKLAHOMA CITY -- (CWD) --
It seemed like a slam-dunk case against a perverted police man: Daniel Holtzclaw was accused and convicted of sexually assaulting multiple women while on duty.
In August 2014, Holtzclaw was charged with 36 felony counts of rape, sexual battery, indecent exposure and forcible oral sodomy after 13 women came forward to accuse him of assaulting them while they were in his custody.
Daniel Holtzclaw was found guilty of 18 counts of sex crimes on December 10, 2015. The jury recommended a sentence of 263 years in prison.
On January 20, 2016, the day Holtzclaw was to be formally sentenced, his defense attorney filed a motion for a new trial, claiming Holtzclaw was denied a fair trial. The judge then denied the motion for a new trial. After multiple victims read statements in court, the judge sentenced Holtzclaw to serve 263 years in prison, to be served consecutively.
In an all-new special investigation, you are about to see and hear new evidence that some say proves this disgraced cop deserves a new trial.
We start with the Prosecution's side of the case.
Daniel Holtzclaw has always maintained he's not a sex predator.
Prosecutors are convinced that Daniel Holtzclaw used his badge as power to humiliate and sexually assault his victims.
However, Holtzclaw and his family say he is not only innocent, he is being railroaded.
Now we break down the Defense's side of the case.
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Nancy Grace, Mark Eiglarsh discuss Daniel Holtzclaw conviction
Now that we've heard both sides of the Daniel Holtzclaw story, we've brought in legal commentator Nancy Grace and criminal defense attorney Mark Eiglarsh to break down the case.