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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Gordon Ennis to argue for new trial Friday

A former Spokane police sergeant accused of raping a fellow officer at a house party in 2015 will argue Friday in court that his trial attorney Rob Cossey withheld evidence he says would have swayed the jury toward acquittal.

Former police guild president will not take stand in Gordon Ennis rape trial

Former Spokane Police Guild President John Gately will not take the stand in the rape trial against former police Sgt. Gordon Ennis. Speaking through his attorney Mark Vovos, Gatley told the court Monday morning that he intends to invoke his Fifth Amendment privilege and not answer questions related to his involvement in the case.

Judge refuses request to move Ennis rape trial over coverage

Despite a request from both the defense attorney and a deputy prosecutor, a Spokane County judge denied a motion Tuesday to move the upcoming rape trial of Spokane Police Officer Gordon Ennis because of media coverage of the case.