OKLAHOMA CITY – The latest in the sentencing of a former Oklahoma City officer convicted of rape and sex assaults (all times local):
At least one victim of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw, who was convicted of rape and other sexual assault charges, is scheduled to speak before Holtzclaw is sentenced.
District Attorney David Prater says one of Holtzclaw's accusers will deliver a victim-impact statement Thursday. Other accusers were among dozens who packed the courtroom ahead of sentencing.
Prater says the accusers "have a right to voice whatever opinion they have about sentencing to the court."
A jury recommended the 29-year-old serve 263 years in prison after convicting him last month on 18 counts, including rape. He was acquitted on 18 other counts.
Holtzclaw's father, a police officer from Enid, Oklahoma, also was in the courtroom.