Unruh has his hands folded in front of him.
Count one: Not guilty of murder.
Not guilty of manslaughter
Not guilty of preventing arrest.
Unruh's mother is audibly crying.
Members of the jury are also crying.
Tuntland thanks the jury.
Albaugh's family left the courtroom almost immediately following the verdict.
Members of Unruh's family are embracing.
Unruh is hugging his mother.
Tuntland is conversing with Unruh's family. Telling them that Unruh is free to go now.
Both families are emotional. Albaugh's have left, Unruh's are crying and thanking Tuntland for his work.
Tuntland: "It was a fact. I knew John wasn't guilty."
Unruh is now on the phone.
Unruh to family: I almost had a heart attack.
Tuntland to media: He still feels terrible. Randy was his friend.
Media is asking for interviews.
Tuntland says probably not now.
Tuntland: He's still pretty shook up. Like he said, "I almost had a heart attack."
Unruh is helping Tuntland pack his briefcases onto a wheeled cart.
They seem to be getting ready to leave.
Tuntland asks law enforcement officials if hallways are clear.
Tuntland: We just want to make sure that there is no confrontations.
Members of Unruh's family can be heard saying, "It's over."
Unruh's family is beginning to leave the courtroom.
Unruh's daughter was not in the courtroom.
Unruh and family are being escorted out of building by law enforcement officials.
I just got outside the courthouse.
John Unruh is now leaving the courthouse.
He and his mother left the courthouse together.
One of the jurors was talking to the media aster the verdict was read but from what I understand, she declined to be filmed or give her name.
The judge made it very clear that they are free to talk to anyone about the case but that they should not feel obligated to talk to anyone.
I wasn't able to overhear what she was saying.
We are back at the office now. I'll get a photo of Unruh walking out of the courthouse as soon as Tom processes it.