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Jury Finds Man Charged with Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer Not Guilty

March 22, 2016

The police charged a man with battery on a police officer and threatening harm to that officer. The man reportedly kicked the officer several times and threatened to hunt that officer down and kill him and his family. The incident occurred after the police responded to a domestic violence dispute between the man and his mother in law. The man was handcuffed and placed into a police car, while the police investigated if the man had committed an assault and battery against his wife. The prosecutor sought to make the man a convicted felon and sentence him to state prison. Following meetings with defense witnesses and taking depositions of the police officers, our best Miami criminal lawyers took the case to jury trial. After deliberating for merely one hour, the jury returned a unanimous verdict of not guilty on all charges.