WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - A judge is holding a plea hearing for man who was left a quadriplegic after being shot by Wilmington police.
Monday's plea hearing for Marvin Jones was scheduled to be conducted by teleconference link with the state hospital for the chronically ill, where Jones is receiving medical care.
Jones, a parolee from Georgia, was shot by police in January 2015 during a struggle after a traffic stop.
Delaware's attorney general's office concluded that the shooting was justified because the officers believed their lives were in danger.