After over six weeks of trial, we got a jury verdict today in favor of our client, Bret Cornell, a rookie off-duty San Francisco cop who was falsely arrested for jogging in Golden Gate Park.  The case was very hard fought, because San Francisco refused to acknowledge that their officers had absolutely no reasonable suspicion to detain, and no probable cause to arrest, this good man who was one of their own officers. Once the defendant officers realized that they had caught themselves a cop instead of a crook, they decided to blame their victim -- even though he was supposed to be on their team. The City Attorney's Office did their best to smear him, even though one of the defendants admitted at trial, 'To this day, I have no idea whether he committed any crime ....' This case exemplifies how the Blue Code of Silence works, and how even a police officer is not immune from police misconduct.