Do you think the Florida Prosecuting Attorney caved under public pressure to bring an arrest?
After todays 2nd degree murder charge of George Zimmerman, I question the Attorney's decision not to seek a 1st degree charge due to the requirement of a Grand Jury for a 1st degree charge. Perhaps the evidence is somewhat weak against Zimmerman and therefore the 2nd degree charge made it possible to have Zimmerman arrested without risking a nobill decision by the Grand Jury.
I'm no lawyer, but 1st degree requires premeditation usually. There's little evidence that Zimmerman was looking for Martin, or any other person,
I personally would have charged him with manslaughter.
by Jennifer McLeod 6 years ago
Do you think a prosecuting attorney has the right to view suspects' Facebook feeds during a criminal
by Longhunter 6 years ago
http://news.yahoo.com/official-charges- … 38994.htmlIt's about damn time but can he get a fair trial?Will all groups on both sides of this issue accept the outcome of a trial and move on?
by Ashleign 5 years ago
Does George Zimmerman have the right to sue the State of Florida, for racial discrimination?Was George Zimmerman racially profiled? Is there a double standard on racism?
by Leta S 9 years ago
C.I.A. interrogators under the Bush Admin. used waterboarding, the near-drowning technique that top Obama administration officials have described as illegal torture, 266 times on two key prisoners from Al Qaeda, FAR more than had been previously reported.The release of the numbers is likely to...
by chipsball 5 years ago
The most important phase of this criminal trial will be the selection of six (6) jurors and (4) alternate jurors who will determine the outcome. Selecting jurors who can set aside their feelings towards either the State of Florida or the Defense, listen to the testimony that only comes from the...
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