MANKATO — Prosecutors filed a last-minute motion in its case against football coach Todd Hoffner giving notice that they want to use evidence in addition to three videos of Hoffner’s children.
Hoffner will appear in court Wednesday for child pornography charges that were filed as a result of the videos.
The motion wasn’t available to the public Tuesday because it was being reviewed by District Court Judge Krista Jass. Court records that were available said the motion was related to a requirement that requires prosecutors to show the evidence is relevant to their case and describe how it’s going to be used.
Hoffner’s attorney filed a motion Monday asking Jass to limit the prosecution’s evidence to items pertaining directly to child pornography.