A judge has granted bail for an ex-Atlanta police officer charged with killing an African-American man in a restaurant car park earlier this month.
Garrett Rolfe, now free on a $500,000 (£403,000) bond, faces 11 charges, including murder, for the death of Rayshard Brooks, 27, on 12 June.
Mr Brooks’ widow implored the judge not to grant bail, arguing Mr Rolfe was a danger to the community.
Mr Brooks’ death fuelled anti-racism protests across the US.
He was shot while fleeing Mr Rolfe and another white officer. Mr Brooks had just failed a sobriety test. As the officers tried to arrest him, he punched Mr Rolfe, snatched his partner’s Taser and then appeared to fire the stun gun towards Mr Rolfe as he gave chase, according to footage.