Kobe Bryant's widow Vanessa to have jury award decreased by $1 million after a mistake found

The $16 million verdict that a federal jury awarded Vanessa Bryant on Wednesday is ready to be decreased to $15 million

after a juror found an error in the decision type and was knowledgeable about it. Bryant, the widow of NBA legend Kobe Bryant, prevailed in her civil

trial in opposition to Los Angeles County Wednesday after the jury of 9 unanimously discovered the county chargeable for damages to her and her fellow

plaintiff Chris Chester, awarded $15 million by the identical jury. "The nine jurors intended that both plaintiffs Vanessa Bryant and Christopher Chester

be awarded equally," U.S. District Judge John F. Walter famously said in the court docket Friday.

Bryant has agreed to this variation. In court docket Friday, her lawyer, Luis Li, stated that Bryant felt it was a "simple" result" that she got the same amount as Chester.

Their lawsuits weren't about the crash itself but about what occurred afterward. They accused county sheriffs and hearth division workers of sharing and

displaying grotesque pictures of their deceased family members' stays from the crash scene without having a reputable enterprise cause to take action.

The $16 million verdict that a federal jury awarded Vanessa Bryant on Wednesday is ready to be decreased to $15 million