Photos: Judge viewing cars, parking lot in trial of officer accused in deadly chase, shooting

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The judge in the trial of Cleveland Officer Michael Brelo is viewing the cars involved in the Nov. 29, 2012 deadly police chase and shooting, that left Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams, dead.

Judge O'Donnell is also viewing the parking lot in East Cleveland where the chase ended.

The trial for Officer Brelo resumed this morning in Cuyahoga County court. He's accused of two counts of manslaughter.

Also Friday, Prosecutor James Gutierrez questioned Cleveland Lt. Brandon Kutz, a training officer, at length about how officers are trained. He also asked Kutz about the department's use of force and pursuit policies that were in place during the time of the chase and shooting.

Kutz said Brelo had been retrained in July 2012, just a few months before the deadly chase and shooting.

Brelo's trial started on Monday.

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