Dontae Morris is questioned by the judge during a pre-trial hearing on Friday, October 18 2013.
Tampa, Florida -- The man accused of gunning down two Tampa Police officers was questioned by a judge on Friday.
Dontae Morris previously told his attorneys that he would want no evidence presented in the penalty phase of the trial, if he were found guilty. He also was refusing to cooperate with doctors who want to evaluate his competency.
At a hearing on Friday, Morris took the stand, where the judge asked him about these issues.
Morris agreed he would allow evidence to be presented, and said he would go ahead and cooperate with doctors.
Investigators say Morris shot and killed Officers David Curtis and Jeffrey Kocab during a traffic stop three years ago. His trial is scheduled to begin November 4 in Orlando.
Morris has already been convicted in an unrelated murder, and is currently serving a life sentence.