Acquitted DeKalb cop wants job back
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
By DAVID SIMPSON
[Excerpts] A DeKalb County police officer who was arrested and fired over a domestic violence charge was acquitted by a jury Wednesday. Evan Bull, 44, is trying to get his job back... Bull's estranged wife told authorities he choked her, causing a minor injury... Hirsh argued that the woman admitted to police that she shoved Bull while he held their small daughter, and he maintained Bull inadvertently struck his wife as he fell. The acquittal means Bull can keep his state certification to work as a police officer... Bull has appealed his firing to a county hearing officer... Police spokesman Mekka Parish said investigators found sufficient evidence to file the criminal charge and to fire Bull for conduct unbecoming a police officer.
Police Officer Involved Domestic Violence. Lighting a candle of remembrance for those who've lost their lives to domestic violence behind the blue wall, for strength and wisdom to those still there, and a non-ending prayer for those who thought they had escaped but can't stop being afraid.
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Thursday, November 1, 2007
[GA] Officer Bull "inadvertently struck his wife," acquitted, wants job back
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