UNION PARISH, La. (KLFY) — The civil rights trial for Ronald Greene’s death is set to begin in June 2024 while a date for the criminal case trial for Louisiana officers has yet to be scheduled.

The Greene family’s attorney, Ron Haley, said the five officers charged last week on Dec. 15 have until Tuesday to turn themselves in. They will be given a chance to make bond.

The family and Haley continue seeking justice. Mona Hardin, Greene’s mother, and Haley appeared on The Cravins Brothers Zydeco and Info Show (Z105.9) to talk about what’s next for the family and in the case.

When referring to the pending civil trial, Haley told Z105.9, “We learned late yesterday evening that we’ve finally been given a trial date on the civil rights case… The jury trial in the case of Ronald Greene, the civil one, is set to go to court June 17, 2024.”

Hardin, although pleased with the progress in her son’s case, is still frustrated with the lack of support and cooperation from officials throughout this process. Hardin said she reached out to officials, including District Attorney John Belton, Governor John Bel Edwards and others.

“You have a chance to do what’s right moving forward or you really have a chance to muck this up,” she said.

On May 10, 2019, Ronald Greene, 49, died after an encounter with Louisiana State Police following a high-speed chase in Union Parish. Greene’s family was told that his death was due to a car crash during the police chase. LSP maintained this claim until a video was released two years after Greene’s death showing Greene being assaulted by troopers prior to his death.