Bisard Trial: Testimony Heard From Medic

By Emma Koch - 21Alive
By Benecia Brown - 21Alive

October 18, 2013 Updated Oct 18, 2013 at 9:35 AM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) -- The third day of testimony for the David Bisard trial is underway Friday.

Thursday, a medic who tended to the officer after the crash, testified that Bisard didn't appear to be intoxicated.

Also on the stand the two surviving motorcyclist, Mary Mills and Kurt Weekly, both told the jury that they don't remember details from the crash.

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One juror for the trial of Indianapolis Metro Police Officer, David Bisard, has been dismissed for having a distant connection to Bisard and he said he wasn't sure he could remain impartial.

Previous Report
All jurors and alternates for the high-profile trial for Indianapolis Metro Police Officer David Bisard, have been seated.

The 12-person jury consists of seven men and five women. Three alternate jurors, a man and two women, were appointed

The trial is set to begin at 9 a.m. on Wednesday.

Bisard's trial was moved to Fort Wayne due to pre-trial publicity in Indianapolis. The courts feared Bisard wouldn't get a fair trial there.

He’s accused of driving drunk and causing a crash in which a motorcyclist was killed and two others were injured in 2010.

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