There are many unanswered questions in the handling of the persecution of George Zimmerman by the State of Florida but two of the salient questions are why was Angela Corey, who is noted for her intemperate personality, selected to prosecute...Show More Summary
Left-leaning law professor Alan Dershowitz wants Florida prosecutor Angela Corey disbarred. "There ought to be a Justice Department investigation, but it ought to be focused on prosecutor Corey in this case," Dershowitz told Fox News earlier this week. Show More Summary
Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz has called for Zimmerman prosecutor Angela Corey to be disbarred, saying she submitted affidavits that bordered on perjury and violated a number of professional rules. "She was among the most irresponsible prosecutors I've seen in 50 years of litigating cases," Dershowitz said on Fox News. Show More Summary
Florida State Attorney General Angela Corey described George Zimmerman today as a “murderer.” WCYB reported: How would Florida State Attorney Angela Corey describe George Zimmerman in one word? “Murderer.” That’s what an emotional Corey told HLN’s Vinnie Politan when she … Continue reading ?
(Scott Johnson) Yesterday I noted Mike Huckabee’s interview with Alan Dershowitz on Fox News about Zimmerman special prosecutor Angela Corey. Huckabee interviewed Dershowitz on Sunday following the verdict on Saturday evening. RCP has posted a video of the interview along with an excerpt in transcript form. Show More Summary
Florida state prosecutors spoke out about the Zimmerman trial Monday afternoon. During an interview with HLN, Bernie de la Rionda and Angela Corey discussed the "wealth of hard, cold physical evidence" that should have condemned George...Show More Summary
HLN is promoting an interview with Angela Corey and Bernie de la Rionda tonight in which the preview has Corey describing George Zimmerman as a "murderer." Poor choice of words. Not every killing is a murder. Some are excusable, some are... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Asked in an HLN interview for one word to describe George Zimmerman following his acquittal Saturday, Florida State Attorney Angela Corey was silent for several seconds and then finally said "murderer." The full interview airs Monday evening on the cable news network. Show More Summary
As I mentioned in today’s column, the prosecution team of Angela Corey in the Zimmerman case have been accused of repeated prosecutorial abuse in the withholding of evidence from the defense. Circuit Judge Debra Nelson seemed intent on the most recent charge of withholding text messages to want to avoid the issue, but she earlier […]
Alan Dershowitz told Mike Huckabee last night that Zimmerman special prosecutor Angela Corey should be disbarred for withholding evidence and for criminal conduct in the case. Corey brought second degree murder charges against George Zimmerman in the shooting death of … Continue reading ?
(Scott Johnson) William Jacobson has a brief post recalling Alan Dershowitz’s critique of Zimmerman special prosecutor Angela Corey. Dershowitz has stringently criticized Corey for omitting significant exculpatory details from the affidavit by which she successfully sought to charge Zimmerman for murder. Show More Summary
There should be a special prosecutor appointed to investigate this special prosecution.
Prof. Jacobson: "Angela Corey should resign"
The prosecution of George Zimmerman should fill every American with fear and trepidation regardless of their political persuasion. What the prosecution and subsequent trial demonstrated is that a spineless governor and a prosecutor who...Show More Summary
A post-verdict statement made by Angela Corey, Florida attorney general for the prosecution of George Zimmerman, came across to many viewers as callous and bizarre — Corey, who had just lost her case, spoke with a certain air of victory...Show More Summary
Angela Corey, the special prosecutor appointed by Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) to investigate the death of Trayvon Martin, and who charged George Zimmerman (now acquitted) with second-degree murder, fired a whistleblower Friday who revealed that prosecutors had not turned over exculpatory evidence to the defense, the Florida Times-Union reported. Show More Summary
After George Zimmerman was found not guilty of the second degree murder of Trayvon Martin, Angela Corey, State Attorney in Florida's 4th Circuit Court, defended the decision to bring charges against Zimmerman at a press conference. The first question from a journalist in attendance was why the charges were filed in the first place. Show More Summary
In a press conference following the acquittal of George Zimmerman, Florida State Attorney Angela Corey and prosecuting attorneys Bernie de la Rionda and John Guy addressed the news and expressed their "respect" for the verdict before taking questions about the case.
Angela Corey is holding a press conference. She has her patient, reasonable tone, speaking slowly and with a smile. Unbelievable: "We believe we brought out the truth about Trayvon Martin." Translation: We respect the jury's verdict but we... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
State’s attorney Angela Corey fires the IT director who testified critically regarding the state’s non-sharing of evidence with George Zimmerman’s counsel. [Florida Times-Union] And Jacob Sullum’s latest: “Prosecutor Says George Zimmerman...Show More Summary