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One Of The Most Reviled Prosecutors In Florida Just Got Kicked Out Of Office
Prosecutor Angela Corey made a name locking up juveniles, securing death sentences and failing to get George Zimmerman convicted.
Protesting to Prosecution
The history of the prosecution of alleged perpetrators of violence against African American victims brought about with heavy public and political pressure hasn't been good for the alleged victims and those who conducted the prosecution.
Yes, It Is About Race
Attorney and bestselling author
We're in the midst of a series of high-profile trials of white Americans who fatally shot unarmed African Americans, which we are constantly told are
about race. Not only is this a losing strategy for the prosecution, but it's dishonest.
George Zimmerman Takes Jab At Prosecutor In New Painting
The charges Corey filed were in connection to the 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. In July of 2013, Zimmerman
Counties That Send The Most People To Death Row Show A Questionable Commitment To Justice
My prior post looked specifically at the counties responsible for the most executions. (These would be the counties where
Lawsuit Brought Against Zimmerman Prosecutors
Zimmerman Prosecutors To Face Whistleblower Lawsuit From Fired Florida State Attorney Employee
By Reuters, Reuters
"We will be filing a whistleblower action in (Florida's Fourth Judicial District) Circuit Court," said Kruidbos' attorney
George Zimmerman Evidence Mistakenly Released In Trayvon Martin Case
But among the more superficially interesting details gleaned from the leaked evidence came from Zimmerman’s academic record
Florida Gun Law Gives Disabled Vet the "TSA Treatment"
President, Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM)
That any individual, let alone a disabled vet who served his country and community, would be sentenced to 20 years in prison based on these facts would be funny if it weren't so sickening.
Report Shows More Than One Side to Zimmerman Storyline
Founder of HomeFront Rising, a cultural revival led by militar...
Those who demanded a criminal prosecution see themselves as righteous defenders of a victim, but they fail to realize Zimmerman is also a victim, because he's been denied the presumption of innocence to which he's entitled.
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The George Zimmerman Case: Five Key Questions
Attorney and Legal Analyst
Last week brought major developments in the George Zimmerman case, from the cancellation of the grand jury, to the bizarre press conference by Zimmerman's former "attorneys" to the announcement of second-degree murder charges.
Miami-Dade Firefighter Brian Beckmann's Facebook Post Blames Trayvon Martin Situations On 'Shitbag' Parents
But Beckmann's employer isn't happy. In a statement, Miami-Dade Fire said, "Captain Brian Beckmann has been with Miami-Dade
The Unchecked Charging Power of the Prosecutor
Senior Writer and Investigative Reporter, The Huffington Post
The power prosecutors have to charge people with crimes is often overlooked.
For Trayvon Martin, Justice Finally Shows Up
Founder & President National Black Farmers Association
For those in the black community it was a story heard far too many times. The Trayvon Martin case re-opened old wounds. What have we learned is very clear, that the need for racial healing is still greatly needed.
George Zimmerman 2.0
Political and Pop Culture Analyst
George Zimmerman has created a website ostensibly to "thank" his supporters and to raise funds for his living and legal expenses. It's never a good sign when your attorneys quit and you start pleading your case in the court of Sean Hannity and Fox News.
Million Hoodie March for Trayvon Martin Stops at Florida's Seminole County Grand Jury: What Happens Inside? (VIDEO)
Tanya Young Williams
Crisis Management Expert, University Lecturer, On-Air Legal An...
As in other cases brought before it, this grand jury has a very serious task at hand; however, this time, the whole country is watching and waiting.
Constitution Check: Is There a Constitutional Right to "Stand Your Ground"?
Adviser on Constitutional Literacy, National Constitution Center
As of now, "stand your ground" laws are a matter of state law only, but could in time provide the means to implement a right nationwide if self-defense were ultimately to emerge as a guaranteed right under the Constitution.
Trayvon Martin Case: Police Wanted Warrant To Arrest George Zimmerman, Prosecutor Says
Serino told MSNBC Tuesday night that he was not at liberty to discuss the case, but he feels very encouraged by the new investigation
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