Fire Chief’s wife in court, motion hearing
EL RENO, Okla. — A woman accused of killing her husband, who was also the Nichols Hills Fire Chief, will be in court Tuesday.
A judge is expected to rule on several defense motions in the Becky Bryan murder case.
The hearing is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Bryan’s attorneys have asked the judge to suppress certain pieces of evidence.
They say police officers and the OSBI performed an illegal search and seizure at the Bryan home the night of Chief Bryan’s murder and in the day following.
Bryan’s defense team is also asking that statements Becky Bryan made be suppressed because her 5th and 6th Amendment rights were violated.
They say she did not have counsel present when she made the statements in question.
The defense is asking that The State be required to disclose to them all witnesses, photographs and other evidence relating to the case.
The defense has asked that they be provided copies of all written and oral statements.
Becky Bryan’s murder trial is set to start September 10th in Canadian County District Court.
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