The second civil trial brought by Jordan Miles against three police officers continued with more testimony on Thursday.
Testimony began this afternoon after opening statements concluded in the second trial of the civil suit brought by Jordan Miles against three police officers after an incident in Homewood in January of 2010.
After the jury in the first civil trial deadlocked on whether the three officers falsely arrested and used excessive force on Jordan Miles, the Miles family vowed to pursue a new trial.
There will be a retrial of the civil lawsuit that Jordan Miles filed against three Pittsburgh police officers. But it won’t happen as soon as first thought.
The foreman of the jury in the Jordan Miles case, the lone African-American on the jury, spoke with KDKA-TV’s Harold Hayes in a wide ranging interview about his perceptions of the deliberations and the case itself.
A partial verdict was announced on the fifth day of deliberations in the civil trial for three Pittsburgh Police officers accused of beating a former CAPA student.
Jurors have ended their fourth day of deliberations without reaching a verdict. Earlier, jurors received more instructions from a judge in the civil trial for three Pittsburgh Police officers accused of beating a former CAPA student.
Jurors completed a third day of deliberations in the federal lawsuit Jordan Miles filed against three Pittsburgh Police officers.
The jury is continuing deliberations today in the civil case of the three Pittsburgh police officers accused in the beating of a former CAPA student in 2010.
Jurors began deliberating in the civil trial of the three Pittsburgh police officers accused of using excessive force against a former CAPA student.
The second of three Pittsburgh Police officers being sued by Jordan Miles was back on the stand in his own defense Tuesday morning.
Two more Pittsburgh Police officers are expected to testify Monday in their own defense in the Jordan Miles civil case.
The defense has begun its case in the civil trial of three Pittsburgh police officers accused in connection with the beating of a former CAPA student two years ago.
For the second day, Jordan Miles’ attorneys were unsuccessful at getting Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper to testify Miles was improperly arrested and beaten in January 2010.
Attorneys for Jordan Miles continue to make the case that their client was brutally beaten by officers Richard Ewing, Michael Saldutte and David Sisak and is suffering long-term effects from the incident.