Fannie Mae Brown pleads for the denial of bail for Shawn Wilson, accused of killing her son, Charlie Ray "Juicy Brown Jr., in the Chester County Courthouse on Tuesday. Wilson's trial was declared a mistrial because the jury couldn't deliver a unanimous verdict. Consoling Brown are Charlie Brown Sr., left, and the Rev. William Brown. Below, defense attorney Jack Swerling talks to Wilson in court.
Fannie Mae Brown pleads for the denial of bail for Shawn Wilson, accused of killing her son, Charlie Ray "Juicy Brown Jr., in the Chester County Courthouse on Tuesday. Wilson's trial was declared a mistrial because the jury couldn't deliver a unanimous verdict. Consoling Brown are Charlie Brown Sr., left, and the Rev. William Brown. Below, defense attorney Jack Swerling talks to Wilson in court.
Fannie Mae Brown pleads for the denial of bail for Shawn Wilson, accused of killing her son, Charlie Ray "Juicy Brown Jr., in the Chester County Courthouse on Tuesday. Wilson's trial was declared a mistrial because the jury couldn't deliver a unanimous verdict. Consoling Brown are Charlie Brown Sr., left, and the Rev. William Brown. Below, defense attorney Jack Swerling talks to Wilson in court.

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