Very happy for my client. Today was a good day.
Former Uber driver accused of false imprisonment, harassment found not guilty
PITTSBURGH — A former Uber driver accused of false imprisonment and harassment of two women was found not guilty on Monday.
Reporter: What was your reaction when you heard the verdict?
“Relieved that the truth has finally come out,” Lomotey said.
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