LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) -- Strip shooting suspect Ammar Harris is set to appear in a Los Angeles court this morning.
Harris' attorney is fighting his extradition back to Las Vegas, saying prosecutors need to prove that Harris is the man they are looking for.
Local experts say this is a stalling tactic that is rarely used. But they say prosecutors could provide a glimpse of their case during this hearing.
It will ultimately be up to the judge to determine if there is enough proof to send Harris back to Las Vegas.
Police say every move both parties involved in the shooting made before the crash was caught on surveillance video.
That shooting killed Maserati driver Kenny Cherry Jr. and led to a fiery explosion that killed two innocent bystanders, cab driver Michael Bolden and his passenger, Sandra Sutton-Wasmund.
Local law experts say they believe Harris' chances of winning an identification hearing are slim.