Brossart, his wife and their four children face several charges, including theft and terrorizing. Quick said he is negotiating a resolution that could be completed in the next month.
Quick, who earlier labeled drone use in the Brossart case as ‘‘outrageous government conduct,’’ said he supports Becker’s efforts.
‘‘I'm not saying what they’re doing is unconstitutional, although it could be in certain circumstances, I just don’t like it,’’ he said. ‘‘I just think the more that sort of intrusion happens, the less privacy we all have.’’
Associated Press writer Tim Talley in Oklahoma City contributed to this report.
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