Attorneys argued Monday morning about what behavior is relevant to the upcoming trial of Johnthony Walker, who was driving the school bus that crashed and killed six children.
Three witnesses testified that Walker had cussed at his students and sped off as administrators watched, the Times Free Press reported.
Prosecutors said that information is relevant, but Walker’s attorney, Amanda Dunn, said the question at hand is about how he operated the bus on the day of the crash.
Walker’s trial is set to start Feb. 27.
The November 2016 Woodmore Elementary School bus crash killed six children and sent more than 20 to the hospital.
It’s also prompted multiple lawsuits.
Walker has been charged with multiple counts of vehicular homicide, reckless endangerment and reckless driving for crashing the bus, which was carrying 37 students.