Credits: Stewart Trial Attorneys/Atlanta Police Department
Garrett Rolfe, the Atlanta police officer who shot and killed Rayshard Brooks, has been released on a $500,000 bond.
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The bond hearing was conducted during a video conference in Atlanta on Tuesday.
Former Atlanta officer Garrett Rolfe (left) during police encounter with Rayshard Brooks (right) before Brooks’ fatal shooting.
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Judge Barwick required that Rolfe be required to wear an ankle monitor, obey a curfew, surrender his passport and any weapons, and have no contact with other officers or family members of victims.
Since the shooting, Atlanta mayor, Keisha Lance Bottoms signed a series of orders requiring officers to utilize de-escalation before deadly force.