MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Jury selection is underway in the second trial of the North Miami police officer accused of the 2016 shooting of the caretaker of a man with autism.

On Monday, officer Jonathan Aledda rejected a plea deal that included one-year probation and giving up his law enforcement credential, but no jail time.

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During his first trial in March, jurors acquitted him of one misdemeanor but were deadlocked on the other charges.

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The man with autism had been holding a toy truck, and Aledda claimed he thought it was a weapon.

Aledda is accused of shooting a caretaker who had been on his back with both arms extended.

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Aledda is the first police officer since 1989 to be prosecuted in Miami-Dade for an on-duty shooting.