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She claimed she shot Allen in self-defense because she allegedly saw him reach for his gun. The film was produced by Daniel H. After her arrest, Brown waived her Miranda rights and gave statements to Nashville police in which she described the incident in detail.
Brown claimed she did not know who Allen was before he solicited her for sex. After driving to his home, she alleged he showed her his guns before they got into his bed together. Subsequently, she said, he reached underneath his bed for what she thought was a gun, so she pulled a.
Click here to get breaking crime news, ongoing trial coverage and details of intriguing unsolved cases in the True Crime Newsletter. The jury rejected her claim of self-defense and found her guilty of first-degree premeditated murder, first-degree felony murder and especially aggravated robbery.
In fact, there is a movement afoot to amend the laws in Tennessee, which may provide Brown a chance at early release. According to the Tennessean , which has covered the Brown case extensively, advocates for a change in the law cite scientific studies showing that adolescents lag behind adults in development of the parts of the brain that regulate aggression, abstract thinking and long-term planning.
In addition, advocates cite research on the impact of early childhood trauma on brain development. The paper reports that since , at least 24 states have enacted new measures requiring an automatic review of life sentences imposed on teens after they have served a certain number of years — ranging from 15 to 40 years after sentencing. Efforts are underway in Tennessee to change the law to require teens sentenced to life get a mandatory or year review of their sentences.