Jury also rejects gun charges
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Baltimore Ravens cornerback Corey Fuller was acquitted Saturday of all three gambling and gun charges after being accused of running high-stakes card games at his house.
The six-member jury deliberated a few hours before rejecting two days of prosecution testimony on charges carrying a possible five-year prison sentence.
The prosecution failed to prove Fuller either kept a gambling house, a felony, or gambled illegally, a misdemeanor. ...
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