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Grand jury: No charges against police in fatal New Jersey shooting caught on dashboard camera

FILE - In this frame grab from an officer's dashboard camera taken Dec. 30, 2014, and provided by the Bridgeton, N..J. Police Department, police officers Braheme Days and Roger Worley stand near a car they pulled over for running a stop sign in Bridgeton. A grand jury has voted not to file charges against the two police officers for fatally shooting a man who defied orders by stepping out of a car with his hands raised during a traffic stop, a killing captured by their patrol car's dashboard camera, prosecutors said Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015. (AP Photo/Bridgeton Police Department, File)

FILE - In this frame grab from an officer's dashboard camera taken Dec. 30, 2014, and provided by the Bridgeton, N..J. Police Department, police officers Braheme Days and Roger Worley stand near a car they pulled over for running a stop sign in Bridgeton. A grand jury has voted not to file charges against the two police officers for fatally shooting a man who defied orders by stepping out of a car with his hands raised during a traffic stop, a killing captured by their patrol car's dashboard camera, prosecutors said Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015. (AP Photo/Bridgeton Police Department, File)  (The Associated Press)

A grand jury in New Jersey has voted against filing charges against two police officers in the fatal shooting of a man who defied orders by stepping out of a car during a traffic stop with his hands raised.

The December 2014 shooting of 36-year-old Jerame Reid in Bridgeton was captured on their patrol car's dashboard camera.

The Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office said Thursday the officers feared for their lives.

On the video, Officer Braheme Days removes a gun from the car and pulls his weapon.

Days shouts for Reid to put his hands up and not move, but he steps out of the vehicle with his hands up.

Prosecutors say Days fired seven shots and his partner, Officer Roger Worley, fired once. The shooting lasted approximately 2 seconds.