2018, April 30, Terry Eid acquitted of all theft by swindle charges, Jordan Independent
The Bruno Law team defended Officer Efrem Hamilton, Minneapolis Police Officer, for charges of Second Degree Assault, Reckless Discharge, and Negligent Discharge. These charges stem from Hamilton responding to the scene of an active shooter situation in downtown Minneapolis at 2:15 a.m. on November 19, 2016.
The defense team for Hamilton say he used authorized use of force, when he took one shot at a vehicle that matched the description of the suspect car, after it rammed him, and with the car still in reverse was revving its engine loudly as if to strike again. These actions coupled with all the information that Officer Hamilton knew at the time of the shooting, lead him to believe that use of force was necessary to stop the apparent imminent threat of death or great bodily harm. Officer Efrem Hamilton was found not guilty on all charges.
2018, February 20, Jury acquits Minneapolis cop who shot into car, MPR News
2018, February 20, Off-duty Minneapolis cop who shot at car not guilty on all counts, Fox 9 News
2018, February 20, Minneapolis cop not guilty of assault for shooting at carful of clubgoers, Star Tribune
2018, February 20, Off-duty Mpls. officer not guilty in shooting incident, Kare 11 News
2018, February 20, Jury acquits Minneapolis officer who shot at car, Associated Press
2018, February 13, 'You have to win or you die': MPD officer Efrem Hamilton takes stand in own defense, Fox 9 News
2018, February 13, Lawyer for Mpls. cop who shot at car rips prosecution's expert witness, MPR News
2018, February 12, Prosecutor challenges 'blue wall of silence' in Minneapolis police officer's assault trial, Star Tribune
2018, February 9, Tensions high in court room during officer involved shooting trial, MPR News
2018, February 7, Minneapolis officer on trial for shooting at car, MPR News