Brady wept quietly when the verdict was read and said "God is good," his attorney Kevin G. Roe said.
"He just wants to pick up the pieces of his life and move forward in a positive way," Roe said. "He is enormously relieved and grateful to the jury."
Jurors began deliberating at about 11:15 a.m. and reached a decision at about 1p.m., finding Michael C. Brady, 38, not guilty of first-degree murder, weapons and hindering apprehension charges.
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