(AP) — Prosecutors in the manslaughter trial of a Minnesota police officer charged in the shooting death of Daunte Wright have walked jurors through the differences between her handgun and her Taser. They’re trying to raise questions about how an experienced officer could pull a Taser by mistake. The 20-year-old Black motorist was killed April 11 after police pulled him over in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center for having expired license plate tags and an air freshener hanging from his rearview mirror. The officer who shot him, Kim Potter, resigned two days after the shooting and is charged with manslaughter. Prosecutors need to show she acted recklessly or with culpable negligence. Testimony was scheduled to resume Tuesday and the state is expected to rest its case midweek.