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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis briefly told the media after a not guilty verdict Tuesday "I'm elated," and said he will be releasing a full statement later. Lewis hugged his family and friends in the courtroom after the verdict.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Jourdan Lewis has been found not guilty on both domestic violence and assault and battery counts.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Attorneys in the Jourdan Lewis domestic violence case have been told a verdict has been reached. Court is back in session.

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Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Harbaugh breaks down what he wants to see from his starting quarterback.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

This past spring, Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan team took a trip to Rome. Now Harbaugh says he and his staff are planning a trip to Paris and Normandy for the team next year.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Closing arguments have ended and Judge Elizabeth Pollard Hines is reading the jury instructions in the Jourdan Lewis misdemeanor domestic violence trial. During closing arguments, the accuser and the accuser's mother, who also testified, sat in the last row of the courtroom for at least part of closing statements.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

John Shea, the attorney for Jourdan Lewis, argued in his closing statement that the case is all about "context." He argued to the jury that it was all responses to the accuser's actions and that he tried to get out of the apartment.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Assistant Washtenaw County Prosecutor Lou Danner III opened his closing statement in the Jourdan Lewis domestic violence trial the same way he opened his opening statement: He knew what he was doing. He knew what he was doing was wrong. Yet he did it anyway. Danner III then reviewed the facts of the case again with the jury, including going through the accuser telling Jourdan Lewis it was not ok for her to be struck by a pillow after the first strike and he did it anyway. He also took the tape measure out and placed it on the stand in front of the jury to show the distance between the accuser and Lewis during the pillow throwing.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Jourdan Lewis is now NOT testifying in his misdemeanor domestic violence trial. Both the prosecution and defense have rested. A brief break before the start of closing arguments. Lewis not testifying is somewhat of a surprise based off John Shea's opening statement yesterday.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

On the video of Jourdan Lewis' initial interview with police, he tells them over and over he just wanted to leave the house. He said the accuser wanted him to apologize because he kept the light on when he fell asleep. In the video he says she can call whoever she would like but he wanted to leave the house. In the video, he said he wanted to try and leave the house without touching her.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The prosecution is showing the police car interview footage of Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis talking with Ann Arbor police. Here is part of that footage.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lunch break is over as the prosecution is continuing with its case in the misdemeanor domestic violence trial of Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis. Ann Arbor Police Department officer Jenkins. Earlier, officer Mark Pulford testified Jenkins handled some of the interviews with Lewis and the accuser.

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Pollack: Harbaugh has 'made college football better' (1:40)
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Harbaugh is happy with competition at QB (1:41)

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

In testimony during the Jourdan Lewis domestic violence trial, Ann Arbor Police Department's Mark Pulford said he would not describe how the accuser allegedly struck Lewis as self-defense during examination by Lewis' attorney, John Shea. Court has broken for lunch.

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Harbaugh: Our team understands winning (1:31)

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The prosecution in the Jourdan Lewis misdemeanor domestic violence trial is showing body cam footage from Det. Mark Pulford of the Ann Arbor Police Department of the interview with accuser following the incident. In that video, the accuser said she felt Lewis stepping on her hair. In the video she said she didn't think the conversation about the lights would turn into a big argument. "I just kept asking him to say sorry...and he wouldn't say sorry," the accuser said. In the video, the accuser said Lewis put one hand on her throat for three seconds before he left.

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Harbaugh mentions some of the younger defensive players who could make an impact this season.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The accuser's mother in the misdemeanor domestic violence trial of Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis testified she spoke with Lewis following the incident and said the "leaving the lights on argument was very common between them." Next up is Ann Arbor Police Detective Mark Pulford Jr.

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Harbaugh talks about avoiding all fun because of the bad taste in his mouth from the three late losses last season, and quarterback Brandon Peters coming out of his shell.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The accuser's testimony in the Jourdan Lewis misdemeanor domestic violence trial has ended after over 90 minutes. The main points of contention in her testimony were about whether or not Lewis asked to leave the apartment, the payment of bills that led to the argument and the incident on March 15, 2017. There were also questions about whether she was dragged on the floor and whether pillows were thrown or put on her face. Next up is the accuser's mother.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Harbaugh says it will take 8-15 practices to figure out a starting quarterback. Incumbent starter Wilton Speight "is in a good place" but Brandon Peters and John O'Korn will compete for the job.

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