PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The attorney representing the man accused of killing a Pittsburgh Police Officer said her client’s right to due process has been denied.

Christin Bey sits in the Allegheny County Jail, accused of criminal homicide in the shooting death of Calvin Hall.

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Bey is represented by Carmen Robinson, a former city detective who believes every citizen deserves a defense.

“A police officer could be accused, a retired police officer could be accused, a police officer’s child could be accused, it doesn’t matter who you are,” Robinson said. “We’re citizens of the United States. It’s important the process be followed.”

But in the case of Bey, Robinson said her client’s rights to due process have been denied.

Although he was charged and arraigned on criminal homicide charges three weeks ago, an order signed by Common Pleas Judge Jill Rangos states that the case is under seal and will remain off-limits “until further order of court.”