This case was civil without a jury. You do not even know that all civil cases do not have a jury. In fact, most do not.<quoted text>
DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT ED REYNOLDS AND THE TOWN WERE FOUND NON-NEGLIGENT BY A COURT OF LAW?
I gather this was a civil trial which probably means a jury made the decision. Come on, the evidence was presented, and a jury ruled. It was over. There apparently were no appeals.
Don't you think Ed Reynolds absolutely regrets that the young man was killed?
But I want to make a statement about state trials that do have a jury. If you ever find yourself on the losing end of a trial where your relative or friend or just some case you follow in the paper turns out where they set the perpatrator free, it is your right to speak to the jurors if they will speak to you. Ask them how the D.A. prepared them pre-trial. The D.A. can help throw a case to the advantage of the person who is standing trial by what he tells the jury about the case before they go to court. It has been done and I am sure that it will continue to be done there in Grant Co. Newell was taught well by her predecessors. That's why she is the D.A.