Oliver was charged with murder and fourfold serious assault by an officer in April 2017 for the shooting. He was charged with murder and two charges.
After 12 hours of deliberations on Monday and Tuesday, the jury returned to the courtroom after asking several questions, signaling that Roy Oliver was entitled to shoot a car full of teenagers five times, as she did one last year House party left.
The jury also had the opportunity to owe Oliver the manslaughter, a crime that has been punished for less than 20 years in life in prison for murder and aggravated assault.
The jury deliberated for two days before giving their verdict. They asked a few questions about Oliver's statement and why he decided to shoot.
The deadly shot of the unarmed black teenager by a white police officer became the latest craze of critics of police brutality.
Body-camera photographs for jurors showed how quickly police reaction escalated when Jordan was killed. Within a few minutes, Oliver started joking with teenagers about running a gun down a street.
He and Officer Tyler Gross responded to a phone call about a rough house party around 1
While talking to the host of the party in the house, there were shots. Later it was discovered that the shots had been fired from a nearby nursing home.
The officers ran out of the house – Oliver to get his patrol gun – and to the nursing home. Within 54 seconds, Jordan was dead.
Gross tried to stop the Chevrolet Impala, where Jordan, his brothers, and friends were in when Oliver fired into the car. Oliver said he thought the car would hit his partner.