After some jury drama during its deliberations, Federal jury acquits former LSP Trooper Jacob Brown in civil rights criminal trial.

Monroe attorney Michael Dubos who, along with attorneys Scott Wolleson and Adam Karamanis, were victorious in Federal Court appearing before Federal Judge Terry A. Doughty in gaining an acquittal of Federal Civil Rights charges against Jacob Brown when the Federal Jury rendered its verdict on Wednesday, August 2, 2023 after approximately 4 1/2 – 5 hours of deliberations.

Today’s Sound Off Louisiana feature is comprised of founder Robert Burns providing the happenings in Federal Court in Monroe Louisiana (at least from the point of jury deliberations forward) where former LSP Trooper Jacob Brown was acquitted of Federal Civil rights violations against motorist Aaron Bowman.  Here’s the video for today’s feature:

August 3, 2023:  Burns outlines the jury drama transpiring during deliberations of the Federal civil rights trial of former LSP Trooper Jacob Brown.

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