Jones v. Prince George’s County, Maryland

Reporter's Official Transcript Of Proceedings (Mr. Malone's Closing Argument)

This is a transcript of closing argument by plaintiff’s counsel Patrick Malone on damages, which resulted in a $3.7 million verdict for the wrongful death of Prince Jones Jr., a 25-year-old college student who was shot to death by a Prince George's County, Maryland undercover police officer. A jury in Prince George's County Circuit Court awarded $2.5 million to the young daughter of the deceased, Nina Jones, and $200,000 to Prince Jones's father, both of whom were represented by Mr. Malone and his co-counsel, Terrell N. Roberts III. The jury awarded $1 million to Mabel Jones, the mother of the deceased, who had separate lawyers. After the trial, Mr. Malone's clients were paid $2.5 million by the county. The separate lawyers for Mabel Jones lost two subsequent appeals and their client ended up with no recovery.

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Reference Info:State, 4th Circuit, Maryland | United States

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