LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Lawyers are hard at work trying to figure out how to move forward in the case of Isaiah Howes, the man who shot and killed a former University of Louisville football player during a confrontation last September.
The shooting was ruled self defense because Covington was assaulting Howes when he was shot.
WAVE 3 was the only station to report last week that the Commonwealth's Attorney's office has filed notice that it will appeal a judge's ending the case against Howes.
In April, Judge Barry Willett ruled Howes had immunity and that meant the case couldn't go to the grand jury because of a little-used Kentucky law.
On May 9, the Commonwealth's Attorney's office says it filed notice of appeal, and is now trying to figure out its grounds since there's never been a case like this before.