The co-sponsor of the original "stand your ground" law is trying to make it even stronger. The post Super-Charged ‘Stand Your Ground’ Bill Could Make It Even Harder To Prosecute More George Zimmermans appeared first on ThinkProgress...
Here we go again? Early stock indicators picked up where they left off after a gut-check that marked the biggest weekly declines for Wall Street since 2011. Many traders held their collective breath over the weekend, wondering if Chinese officials would step in with any teeth to shore up stock declines [...]
Bush did not mention his record of ending affirmative action, expanding some mandatory minimum prison sentences, and signing the controversial Stand Your Ground gun law. The post Jeb Bush Avoids Key Questions About His Civil Rights Record In Speech To Black Voters appeared first on ThinkProgress.
A road rage incident in Citrus County, Florida escalated to a fatal shooting last Thursday when two men got into a heated dispute after their vehicles nearly collided. According to WFTS, 911 tapes captured audio of the whole encounter between 51-year-old Robert Doyle and 44-year-old Candelerio...
A documentary that shouldn't have to be made, about a law that needn't exist, explored via a crime that could have been avoided: "31/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets" is a thought-provoking, mournful experience, perhaps more so in the wake of the killings in Charleston, S.C.
In February 2012, George Zimmerman killed Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black teen. When Zimmerman failed to be convicted of murder under the "Stand Your Ground" laws of Florida, three women activists started the #BlackLivesMatter campaign. Show More Summary
How do you deal with a horrible co-worker? Always stand your ground but don’t react to their nastiness. Here are some more tips... The post 5 Strategies To Deal With A Horrible Co-Worker appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
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George Zimmerman’s Shooter To Use “Stand Your Ground” Defense To Fight Charges Well, well, well…what have we here? Via KENS5 The man accused of shooting at George Zimmerman is planning to use a defense strategy that should be familiar to
The man who shot George Zimmerman will be using Florida’s Stand Your Ground law as his defense.
For the “Well, Of Course, It Had To Happen” files today, we learn the attorney for Matthew Apperson, the guy who shot at American Second Amendment hero George Zimmerman last month, is planning on using a “stand your ground” defense,Show More Summary
An attorney for a Florida man charged with shooting at George Zimmerman said Friday that he planned to use a "Stand Your Ground" defense -- the same legal strategy considered but ultimately not used by lawyers for the former neighborhood watch leader who shot neighbor Trayvon Martin to death in 2012. Show More Summary
Man charged with shooting at George Zimmerman in road rage incident plans 'stand your ground' defense.
SANFORD, Fla. — The man accused of shooting at George Zimmerman will use a “stand your ground” defense in an attempt to clear himself, his lawyer said Friday. “That’s a good look into the future,” said Michael Lafay moments after a bond hearing for his client, Matthew...
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The man who reportedly shot at George Zimmerman plans on using the Stand Your Ground defense in what appears to be a bit of irony. The Huffington Post reports that Matthew Apperson’s attorney revealed the detail on Friday. Using theShow More Summary
The man accused of shooting at George Zimmerman is planning to use a defense strategy that should be familiar to Zimmerman: Stand your ground. The attorney for Matthew Apperson said today that his client qualifies because he opened fire when he thought his life was in danger. As the AP...