After about seven hours of deliberations, a Fulton County jury returned a defense verdict in the case of a two lawyers and their client accused of illegally recording Waffle House Chairman Joe Rogers Jr. as he engaged in a sex act with the woman.

The decision followed a seven-day trial of Rogers’ former housekeeper, Mye Brindle, and her former lawyers, Johns Butters and David Cohen.

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