Rashun Robinson must stand trial in Crown Heights shooting of officer James Li

A judge threw out a motion to dismiss

A judge threw out a motion to dismiss the charges based on a self-defense claim.

A judge has ruled that the man charged with shooting a police officer in Crown Heights back in February must stand trial.

According to prosecutors, 28-year-old Rashun Robinson shot officer James Li multiple times outside a White Castle. He and another man were pursued by Li and his partner for skipping out on a bus fare.

The president of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association says...

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