(Brooklyn Center, MN) — Attorneys for the former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter are looking for clarification on the charges brought against her. Potter’s defense team asked a judge Monday to postpone the August 30th deadline for sharing their witness list until prosecutors decide whether or not to file additional charges. Potter, who is white, is currently facing one count of second-degree manslaughter in the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright during a traffic stop back in April. At this time, it’s unknown if the state will file additional charges. Potter’s trial is scheduled to begin November 30th in Hennepin County District Court.