Theophilus Hamilton, left, and his aunt, Mary Fields, speak with Hamilton's attorney, Eric Erickson, following the Aug. 6, 2014, verdict in Hamilton's malicious prosecution lawsuit against Beaufort County. The jury found in favor of the county in the trial.
Theophilus Hamilton, left, and his aunt, Mary Fields, speak with Hamilton's attorney, Eric Erickson, following the Aug. 6, 2014, verdict in Hamilton's malicious prosecution lawsuit against Beaufort County. The jury found in favor of the county in the trial. Jay Karr
Theophilus Hamilton, left, and his aunt, Mary Fields, speak with Hamilton's attorney, Eric Erickson, following the Aug. 6, 2014, verdict in Hamilton's malicious prosecution lawsuit against Beaufort County. The jury found in favor of the county in the trial. Jay Karr

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