Here on Bad Lawyer I've been telling you about the assault and battery by the NYC cop, Patrick Pogan who was caught on video shoving a cyclist off a bike and onto the pavement during an organized protest by the group Critical Mass. I embedded the video courtesy of the New York Post for you to see for yourself.
Amazingly, the Post is reporting that a NYC jury acquitted Pogan of assault and battery. You want to know what jury nullification is, go watch the video at the first link (above.)
Fortunately, Pogan was convicted of two counts of falsification relating to preposterous made up assault and battery charges filed against cyclist Christopher Long. Pogan still faces jail time. It's a good thing the jury convicted Pogan on at least a couple of counts because this bad cop was telling the press that he was planning on seeking reinstatement with the NYPD upon his projected acquittal.