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Saturday, June 27, 2009

[MI] Fired-for-DV Sheriff's Sgt. Richardson found not guilty by a jury

...Richardson's attorney, Dan O'Neil, argued self defense and said he was pleased with the verdict. "He may still have a career in law enforcement"...

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[MI] 1 day after Deputy Richardson fired for dv, he's arrested again - ...After deputies went to the home and interviewed Richardson, they arrested him for domestic violence... Richardson posted bond and was released from jail, but was arrested again after deputies were called back to the home at 4:16 p.m. Thursday...

by The Bay City Times, The Saginaw News
Thursday June 25, 2009, 4:48 PM
An Isabella County jury has delivered a not-guilty verdict the trial of a former Clare County sheriff's deputy accused of domestic violence. Jeremy B. Richardson had worked for the sheriff for about eight months when, Feb. 4, he was accused of assaulting his wife at their Nottawa Township home, records show. The 31-year-old was relieved of his duties after Isabella County prosecutors authorized misdemeanor domestic violence charges against him, records show. [LINK]

The Morning Sun
By Susan Field
Thursday, June 25, 2009 4:37 PM EDT
A former Clare County Sheriff's deputy was acquitted of a domestic violence charge Wednesday after a two-day trial. A jury in Isabella County Trial Judge Mark Duthie's courtroom found Jeremy Brickey Richardson, 31, innocent of assaulting his wife, Ashley Richardson, in February... Richardson's attorney, Dan O'Neil, argued self defense and said he was pleased with the verdict. "He may still have a career in law enforcement," O'Neil said... Richardson lost his job at the sheriff's department, where he worked for about eight months, after being arrested Feb. 4 for allegedly assaulting his wife. He ended up back in the Isabella County Jail two days later, for allegedly violating a bond condition, Sheriff Leo Mioduszewski said at the time of Richardson's second arrest on Feb. 6... He had been ordered to stay away from his wife, the sheriff said at the time of the second arrest. Domestic violence is a 93-day misdemeanor. [Full article here]
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