Noura Jackson Net Worth
Noura Jackson was an 18-year-old who was charged with the murder of her mother. She was later found guilty of second degree murder. After the trial, Noura was sentenced to 20 years and nine months in the Tennessee Department of Correction.
The case of Noura Jackson has drawn national attention. She is one of the most prominent celebrity cases. Her trial lasted two weeks, with more than 40 witnesses testifying in the case. The verdict came down to a mixture of circumstantial evidence, including early phone calls and store receipts.
Noura Jackson was a troubled young girl. She was an underage drinker and drug user. Her father was a Lebanese army captain. She had a turbulent relationship with her mother, Jennifer Jackson. In the aftermath of her mother’s death, Noura began to act strangely. She would often leave the home of her best friend, Dana Frederick, to visit a friend at her own house. She was on anxiety medication at the time.
Noura was also seen on surveillance video at Walgreens buying bandages for a cut. She was at the store at around 5:00 a.m. when she discovered her mother’s body. Her mother had been stabbed at least 50 times.
When police arrived, Noura told them she had found her mother’s body in her home. She then covered her mother’s body with a blanket. She called 911 and drove to a neighbor’s house. She claimed she had cut her hand the day before. Her blood was not found at the crime scene, but DNA from someone else was found on the bed sheet. In the meantime, prosecutors had built up a strong case. They had presented more than 400 exhibits to the jury, including a mound of physical evidence.
In addition to the physical evidence, prosecutors argued that Noura was trying to prove an alibi. They pointed to her anger with her mother in her life, the fact that Noura had never shown remorse for the killing, and her apparent lack of grief after her mother’s death.
Noura Jackson was given a credit for the time she spent in prison. She was credited for three years, and the judge decided to deny the defense’s request for a longer term. Noura’s sentence was based on the jury’s verdict. She was then released after nine years in prison.
Noura Jackson’s family is divided over her murder. She has a mother, a father, an uncle and aunts. The aunts believe Noura should be free, while the parents are fighting over the mother’s estate. It’s unclear if Noura has any rights to her mother’s estate, or whether she has a right to her life insurance policy. Nevertheless, Noura is fighting for her freedom. She is currently locked in a legal battle with her aunts and uncles over who gets her mother’s estate.
Noura was found guilty of second degree murder and now faces a minimum of 13 years in prison. Her appeal is scheduled to be heard April 24. Her attorneys argue that the state’s case was weak. They also claim Noura was the victim of a “win at all costs” trial.