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Jury Rules In Favor Of Wichita County Sheriff Department In Tennessee Case

The verdict is in and a 9 person jury unanimously ruled in favor of the Wichita County Sheriffs Department. 

It took the jury just 1 hour and 12 minutes to unanimously find in favor of the Wichita County defendants. 


In completely rejecting the plaintiff's claims, the jury found that the Wichita County defendants did not violate the plaintiff's civil rights or abuse the process.  

The plaintiff had claimed that the Wichita County Sheriff's Office had her arrested without probable cause.

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