Key evidence in Maricopa County Jail death suit of Deborah Braillard 'destroyed'By: Dave Biscobing
Oct. 22, 2012
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PHOENIX - A Valley daughter who fought for seven years to get justice for her dead mother has won a multi-million dollar settlement from Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Taxpayers will to have to fork over $3.25 million after attorneys for Arpaio, MCSO and the county chose to settle another jail death lawsuit.
Why would lawyers suddenly decide to settle after years of legal wrangling and three weeks of trial testimony rather than allow the case to go to the jury?
The ABC15 Investigators have obtained court records, documents and a judge's ruling that show the jury was set to hear how key evidence in the case of Deborah Braillard was lost, deleted or "destroyed" by MCSO in an attempt to cover up the death of a Valley mother.