(Waukesha, WI) — The man accused of killing six people and injuring more than 60 by driving his S-U-V through the crowd at last year’s Waukesha Christmas Parade now wants to represent himself in court. A motion to drop Darrell Brooks Junior’s public defenders was filed last week. Legal experts say this could just be another attempt to delay his high-profile homicide trial. W-I-S-N/T-V reports that Brooks already sought a delay by saying he had a toothache. The public defenders have agreed to step aside although at least one attorney would be retained to advise Brooks during his trial.