Monday, July 8, 2013

Why Zimmerman’s Motion for Acquittal Should Have Been Granted

Immediately following the close of the State’s case on Friday, Mark O’Mara, the lawyer leading George Zimmerman’s defense team, stood before Judge Nelson and made his oral motion for a judgment of acquittal for his client (a parallel written motion was also submitted to the Court). - Andrew Branca/Le-gal In-sur-rec-tion

The motion was well-reasoned, and strongly founded on Florida’s case law. It was also doomed to fail before a Judge who has consistently denied reasonable defense motions out of hand, while rubber-stamping motions by the State that bear not the slightest relevancy to the facts of this case....

In busting Zimmerman myths, Jonathan Capehart perpetuates the greatest myth of all - William A. Jacobson/Le-gal In-sur-rec-tion

Zimmerman was not, in fact, in his vehicle at the time the police said “we don’t need you to do that”

And, on to Day 10...

Zimmerman Trial Day 10 — Mid-day — Vietnam Combat Medic Identifies Zimmerman as Screamer - Andrew Branca/Le-gal In-sur-rec-tion

The Zimmerman trial needs to be more about race! Quick, call the sociologist! - Althouse

Zimmerman Trial Day 10: Live Video, Analysis of State’s Case & Witnesses - Andrew Branca/Le-gal In-sur-rec-tion