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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Two out of seven former Pima County corrections officers connected to a bar brawl in 2012, will be in court today.

Tucson News Now will have a camera in the courtroom as attorneys discuss how the case will move forward.

Former Pima County Sergeant Yvonne Davis and Pima County Corrections Officer Mark Bret will be in court today.  They are two of seven former officers who authorities say were involved in a fight at the Buffet Bar in 2012.

Surveillance video from outside the bar shows the officers attacking a man, according to authorities.  All seven of the corrections officers were fired after the incident.

Police say Davis was present during the fight and drove one of the suspects away from the scene.  Bret was also present during the fight and failed to intervene according to police.

The suspects should be in court around 10 a.m.

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