‘Stand Your Ground’ defense works in favor of Enterprise man

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Posted: Friday, June 28, 2013 2:07 pm

An Enterprise man was found not guilty of a felony shooting charge from nearly three years ago on Thursday after his defense attorneys contended he stood his ground in self defense.

A Geneva County jury found Mickey Jordan, 38, of Enterprise, not guilty of shooting into an occupied vehicle. Mickey was charged with the Class B felony after authorities alleged he shot a .270-caliber rifle three times into the vehicle of his then-19-year-old nephew, Alex Roy Jordan, while on Mickey Jordan's own property in November 2010.

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