In a previously filed court documents, Rolfe’s attorneys say Rolfe was legally justified and acting in self-defense when he shot and killed Brooks, 27, who wrestled with police and took the Taser of Officer Devin Brosnan during the scuffle.
Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard alleged that after the shooting, Rolfe kicked Brooks and Brosnan stood on top of him.
An attorney for Rolfe has denied his client kicked Brooks.
Further, prosecutors indicated that the state executed search warrants for the phones of Rolfe and the other officer on scene and obtained records from both officers.
Rolfe’s attorneys said in court documents that he should be granted a reasonable bond because he needs the opportunity to assist his counsel in preparing for this case.