Source- Wild About Trial Bryan Wayne Hulsey, 40, is charged with shooting and killing Glendale Officer Anthony Holly, 24, during a routine traffic stop in metro Phoenix in February 2007. Prosecutor Juan Martinez, who gained significant notoriety for his bulldog style examination of witnesses during the Jodi Arias murder trial in 2013, is seeking the death penalty against Hulsey. The shooting unfolded after a vehicle in which Hulsey was a passenger was pulled over in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale. According to authorities Hulsey got out of the vehicle and started firing, after which the other officer at the scene returned fire and struck Hulsey in one of his legs. The defense is expected to argue that Holly may have been unintentionally shot by his fellow officer, pointing to the fact that the bullet that killed Holly was not extracted during the autopsy. Hulsey has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder and misconduct involving a weapon.