Next to his wedding and the birth of his first child, yesterday was the best day in the life of Joseph Walker’s life, he says.
A jury in Annapolis said the New Jersey detective was not guilty of murdering Joseph Harvey.
It was a matter of road rage last June in Millersville where Walker said Harvey forced him off the road. Harvey and his passenger then got out and approached Walker’s minivan with his family inside.
Walker said the past year has been tough. He was suspended without pay.
He now looks to returning to police work adding, until this night in June, he had never shot anyone before.
Watch the video above to see what Walker had to say about the ordeal.
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Listen to what prosecutors and Walker's defense team had to say about the trial: