The bond hearing began Wednesday. After nearly nine hours of testimony from Reeves' friends and family, and from prosecution witnesses to the
Siracusa said he wanted to give both sides ample time for testimony because state prosecutors are asking for Reeves, who has lived in the region his entire life, to be held without bail.
In an interview this week on
The two men got into a verbal argument and witnesses told officers Oulson threw popcorn at Reeves. Defense attorney
"(Reeves) had confronted my husband several times, which my husband ignored and ignored and ignored. And it just got to a point where my husband spoke up," she said.
Oulson added that she thought Reeves became enraged because her husband didn't defer to him.
"He's been an authority figure all his life," she said on the national TV program. "He's used to telling people what to do, and they say 'how high' when he says 'jump.' He no longer has that control."
Reeves has been in jail since the
On Wednesday, Reeves' attorney called four witnesses, including Reeves' daughter, to testify that he does not have anger issues and that he would not be a risk to the public if the judge released him on bond.
Reeves is also charged with aggravated battery because authorities said that the bullet that killed Oulson also struck
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