A federal jury took just 20 minutes last week to dismiss a sexual harassment complaint filed by a former school secretary against the Bibb County School System.

The jurors’ swift deliberations came after attorneys spent seven days presenting the case in U.S. District Court. Judge Duross Fitzpatrick on Tuesday apologized to the jurors at the end of the trial, which he called uncommonly long.

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