Fresno County Sheriff’s deputy Jared Mullis, left, stands next to his lawyer, Roger Wilson, during Mullis’ August arraignment in Fresno County Superior Court. Mullis pleaded not guilty to a charge with manslaughter in the shooting death of sheriff’s Sgt. Rod Lucas in October 2016.
Fresno County Sheriff’s deputy Jared Mullis, left, stands next to his lawyer, Roger Wilson, during Mullis’ August arraignment in Fresno County Superior Court. Mullis pleaded not guilty to a charge with manslaughter in the shooting death of sheriff’s Sgt. Rod Lucas in October 2016. PABLO LOPEZ Fresno Bee file
Fresno County Sheriff’s deputy Jared Mullis, left, stands next to his lawyer, Roger Wilson, during Mullis’ August arraignment in Fresno County Superior Court. Mullis pleaded not guilty to a charge with manslaughter in the shooting death of sheriff’s Sgt. Rod Lucas in October 2016. PABLO LOPEZ Fresno Bee file

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