Accused Shooter Appeals Judge's Denial Of Bail
The retired police captain arrested in that deadly movie theater shooting during an argument over texting is asking an appeals court to overturn a judge's ruling denying bail and free him from jail.
A lawyer for Curtis Reeves filed the petition asking the court to allow Reeves to be released until trial on second-degree murder and aggravated battery charges.
Reeves has been in the Pasco County Jail since January 13th when authorities say he shot and killed another man at a theater in Wesley Chapel.
Reeves' attorneys maintain he acted in self-defense.
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