Following the decision, Chaudhry stated in a press release to The Daily Beast that they’re “grateful” that the jury “didn’t imagine Grace Jabbari’s story of what occurred within the SUV as a result of they discovered that Mr. Majors didn’t deliberately trigger any accidents to her.”
Chaudhry stated they’re “disenchanted,” nevertheless, that the jury “nonetheless discovered that Mr. Majors was in some way reckless whereas she was attacking him.”
“Mr. Majors is grateful to God, his household, his associates, and his followers for his or her love and help throughout these harrowing eight months,” the lawyer continued. “Mr. Majors nonetheless has religion within the course of and appears ahead to completely clearing his title.”
NBC Information has reached out to his lawyer for remark.
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