Well its nice to know that they found him guilty of manslaughter for not calling 911 in a timely fashion. My problem with that is there is no law saying one must call 911 in an emergency. There is no law to back that verdict, and it should be set aside by the judge, but i dont think the judge liked him either so she probably wont. I think its a testament as well that one juror hated him so much, that person was willing to hang the jury so he could be tried again. This case clearly showed about EVERY flaw in the judicial system, and the judge not setting aside the verdict makes it that much worse. Why you ask do i say that? Because the Detective lied on the stand, the prosecutor was allowed substancially more leniency than the defense (including, and i may be wrong here, allowing the prosecution to ask for 2nd degree and manslaughter, when it had been agreed upon 1st degree or nothing..at least thats what he presented evidence for, 1st degree..if you cant make your case, dont try it to begin with and ask for a second chance at the end when you know you might not win..thats says the W is more important than convicting an innocent man in my book) the jury convicted on a law/reason that doesnt exist, and there was obvious dislike for the defendant by some in the jury as well as the judge (possibly). Fact is, this case will likely be overturned on appeal im guessing. The detective lying on the stand and during the investigation, in which he gained a promotion from too boot, should alone be grounds for a winning appeal. just my opinion...i dont know Grant, dont really care too, i say these things because if you cant believe in the justice system, the only thing left to believe in is anarchy..But i believe in the justice system, and America, and anarchy just is not my style..