theodore wafer trial

“This trial is different for lots of reasons, she said. “One of the reasons is that we had a black female prosecutor who
"I wasn’t going to cower in my house, I didn’t want to be a victim,” he said during testimony. He also expressed remorse
Opening statements began Wednesday in the trial of Theodore Wafer, the 55-year-old Dearborn Heights, Michigan, man charged
Although the killings of Renisha McBride and Trayvon Martin draw many comparisons, each case raises different legal questions. We take a look at the comparisons and their racial implications and what to expect from the pending verdict.
However, McBride’s family’s lawyer, Gerald Thurswell, has questioned whether Wafer could reasonably fear for his life when
McBride's death has served as a rallying point locally and nationally; various political and civil rights leaders have called
McBride's parents' lawyer publicly dismissed the idea that the shooting was racially motivated. During the hearing, her family
At the arraignment in Dearborn Heights' 20th District Court last month, Wafer's other attorney Mack Carpenter said his client