George Zimmerman Won’t Use ‘Stand Your Ground’ Defense

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Zimmerman has pleaded not guilty, claiming self-defense. Martin was fatally shot in February 2012 during a fight with Zimmerman in a Sanford gated community.

O’Mara also wanted the court to unseal details on a civil settlement Martin’s parents received from Zimmerman’s homeowner’s association. O’Mara contended the settlement could influence the testimony of Martin’s parents, if they are called as witnesses.

The judge said defense attorneys and prosecutors could see full copies of the settlement but the public would only be able to see a version from which some information has been removed.

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8 thoughts on “George Zimmerman Won’t Use ‘Stand Your Ground’ Defense

  1. You think because he doesn’t have “…any ground to stand on?’ He and his wife lied about about their finances to the courts, and public. I wonder when did he decide to follow Trayvon. When he first saw him (Trayvon) visiting his father. New “dark meat” in the community?

    • He will use it when his trial start! This way a doesn’t have to testify twice and leave his fate up to the judge. Calculated move on the defense part.

  2. If you think Valerie`s story is really great…, 5 weaks-ago my friends sister actually earned $8566 workin eleven hours a week from there apartment and the’re classmate’s mother`s neighbour was doing this for 6 months and made more than $8566 part-time from their computer. use the advice from this address,

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