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The State Attorney's Office on Thursday released the transcripts of a grand jury hearing held Wednesday at which two Marion County sheriff's deputies were not charged with any wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of a civilian over the summer. At the time the report was released, attorneys for the late Joshua Salvato, 21, on behalf his family, released a complaint, expected to be filed in federal court Friday, suing the MCSO and the deputies for $75,000 and outlining their opinion of the events that led to the shooting and their request for a jury trial.Salvato's family is being represented by three law firms, Varnell & Warwick, Leopold Law and Romanucci & Blandin LLC. A press conference, an attorney for one of the firms said, is slated for sometime after the Thanksgiving holiday.The grand jury report states that on July 6, the MCSO received a 911 call
about a man walking along Sun
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