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Brown is originally from Jacksonville, Florida, and moved to Texas in 2008, he testified during the trial. Brown was working in roofing and property management. It was not immediately clear if Guyger intends to appeal her conviction. "He was a more important witness than folks understood". "Brown's testimony stood out as a fact witness who was approaching his apartment directly across from Botham Jean's apartment when shots rang out", Merritt said.
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    Guyger, 31, was convicted Tuesday of murder for a killing she said took place when she mistook Jean's apartment for her own. Guyger mistook Jean's apartment home for her own when she returned after a long day at work. 2, 2019, in Dallas. And the best would be: give your life to Christ. "That 10 years in prison is 10 years for her reflection and for her to change her life, but there is much more to be done", she told reporters following the trial.
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    But Niinisto tried to emphasize a different story: "Well, we all know Europe needs U.S., but I say that United States of America needs also Europe", Niinisto said. Reynolds says the House should focus on issues such as a trade agreement with Mexico and Canada, the details of which are being negotiated between the White House and House leaders.
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