Jury awards no compensation in Vives v. Hull case
The jury deliberated nearly five hours Thursday and another five Friday before rendering its verdict in the Thomas Edward (Ted) Vives v. Linda Hull civil case.
Neither party received compensation in the lawsuit or counter suit.
Vives, a registered sex offender, had sued Hull claiming she damaged his standing in the community by making false statements about him.
Hull counter sued, claiming Vives conducted acts of harassment, vandalism and intimidation against her.
The jury rendered its verdict at 1:50 p.m. Friday from Santa Fe District Court where it had convened that morning after hearing testimony all week in the Los Alamos Community Building.
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