A second trial will begin on Monday for a former South Carolina police chief charged in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man, one of a series of cases that has raised questions about U.S. law enforcement's use of lethal force against minorities. The first trial of Richard Combs, a former police chief of tiny Eutawville, ended in January with the jury unable to reach a verdict after 12 hours of deliberations. Combs, who is white, faces a sentence of 30 years to life in prison without possibility of parole if convicted on the murder charge. Combs, then new to the job, fatally shot Eutawville resident, 54-year-old Bernard Bailey in the town hall parking lot in 2011 after they argued and scuffled over a traffic ticket issued to Bailey's daughter.
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