Jury selection is expected to be finished today (Tuesday) in the trial of Dominique Heaggan Brown. He’s the fired Milwaukee police officer charged with reckless homicide in the shooting death of Sylville Smith last August that triggered two nights of violence in the city’s Sherman Park neighborhood. On Monday, Circuit Judge Jeffrey Conen turned down a defense request to delay the jury selection process until August. Lawyer Steven Kohn said a flurry of social media comments could taint potential jurors — and he’d rather wait until all the facts of the case come out. A crucial police body camera video of a chase that resulted in the shooting has not been released — and it’s expected to be made public for the first time when jurors see it during the trial.