Chris Cagle Found Not Guilty

Chris Cagle was found innocent of domestic violence charges in Davidson County General Sessions Court in Nashville, July 24.

Chris’ girlfriend, Jennifer Tant, refused to testify against him, invoking her Fifth Amendment rights. Chris and Jennifer were both charged after a May 28 incident at Chris’ residence in Nashville, which left her with a slight cut on her upper lip and bruised arms. Since Jennifer was also a defendant, she chose not to incriminate herself and would not answer prosecutor’s questions. Judge Gale Robinson declared Chris not guilty. “It was ridiculous that these charges were ever brought,” said Chris’ attorney Bill Ramsey. “Chris was not, and never was, guilty of domestic violence.”

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