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Former Florida Cornerback J.C. Jackson Says He Wants To Return To Gators After Being Acquitted Of Crime

Former Florida defensive back J.C. Jackson has been acquitted of the four first-degree felonies he was charged with in April. Jackson, a former freshman cornerback, was charged in April on three counts of armed robbery and one for burglary. He was a potential starter for the Gators but left the program after being charged. 

Jackson was found not guilty today on all four charges. 

Following the case, Jackson said he would like to return and play for Florida. 

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Jackson will also be contacting other programs.