Former Hollywood Police officer Dewey Pressley was sentenced to 90 days in jail Friday for his role in falsifying two official records.
A Broward County jury has convicted former Hollywood Police officer Dewey Pressley of falsifying two official records.
The jury in the trial of a former Hollywood Police officer accused of falsifying reports to cover for another cop will begin deliberations Tuesday morning.
The prosecution rested its case Friday afternoon in the case of an ex-Hollywood cop on trial for allegedly fabricating reports in an effort to protect a fellow officer.
The attorney for a former Hollywood police officer accused of doctoring accident reports went on the attack in court Thursday. And the prosecution’s star witness gave sometimes vague and confusing testimony.
The woman who was rear-ended by a Hollywood police officer and then made the ‘fall guy’ for the crash by another Hollywood officer took the stand for a second day on Thursday.
The jury seated in the trial of a former Hollywood police officer accused of ‘fixing’ a report to cover for a fellow officer who was involved in an accident got to see first hand at least part of what he is accused of doing.
Jury selection got underway Monday for a former Hollywood police officer accused of ‘fixing’ a report to cover for a fellow officer who was involved in an accident.