QEEG Brain Mapping Evidence and Mitigation in South Florida’s Grady Nelson Trial

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Last week, the jury returned its recommendation in the Grady Nelson trial, after spending only one hour deliberating whether or not they would vote for the death penalty. They did not.

Grady Nelson, 53, did not get a death sentence, instead he will serve life behind bars without parole. This, even though at first glance some would have argued the death penalty was a slam dunk: after all, Grady Nelson was found guilty of stabbing his wife, Angelina Martinez, 61 times along with stabbing her two young children -- aged 11 and 9.

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