The jury found that both Brett and Tetyana Kimberlin lied and omitted facts in both of their Applications for Statement of Charges. They were required to list the false statements and omitted facts. When the lies were stricken and the omitted facts were added to the Applications, the judge found that there was still enough remaining in each Application for the Commissioners to have found probable cause. Therefore, the court found in the Kimberlins favor.
A mixed verdict. The jury found that the Kimberlins lied, but not enough to make their Applications defective.
Judge Mason said that he will issue an order to all of the parties directing them to show cause why they should not be ordered not to file any other pro se court actions against each other arising out of the same facts and incidents. This is the beginning of tagging Brett Kimberlin as a vexatious litigant.