The supervisor is facing misdemeanor charges related to the 2012 chase that involved 100 police officers and ended with officers firing 137 shots.
The trial for a second supervisor was postponed Monday. Neither was among the officers who fired at the car.
A defense attorney told jurors Monday that the police supervisor shouldn't be held accountable for other officers who were speeding and running red lights.
Cleveland paid the families of the two people killed $3 million to settle a lawsuit. The only officer charged for firing shots during the chase was acquitted of involuntary manslaughter in 2015.
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