Attorney Bryan Campbell, who represented Saldutte and represents the Fraternal Order of Police, was asked what message the verdict sends to the public.
When told of that, Campbell
told reporters, "Be our guest.
Defense attorney Bryan Campbell also took shots at Miles.
Miles' lawyers have attempted to show he was an honor student who suffered cognitive damage after the beating.
Testimony showed Miles' academic career at CAPA High School was rough the first two years, but that for most of his junior and senior year, he was an honor student with GPAs.
took shots at that record in his
was an honor student," Campbell
was an honor student at CAPA
said that while Miles a "gift from God" when it came to music, Miles' performance in academic classes was only average.
asked, referring to the fact that Miles had dropped out.
wrapped up his remarks by suggesting Miles had come under tremendous public pressure since the case took off.
argued that after being arrested, Miles had made up a story "that he never thought would go beyond his mother and his grandmother.