Category Archives: Law

The Case Against George Zimmerman – Latest Developments – October 19th, 2012 Hearing

This will be very brief. The latest hearing in the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin case occurred today. Mr. Zimmerman’s lawyer, Mark O’Mara had subpoenaed school records and social media site records for Trayvon Martin so the defense could dig into Mr. … Continue reading

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Zimmerman Case – Judge Kenneth Lester Disqualified

The 5th District Court of Appeals ruled in favor of George Zimmerman and ordered Judge Kenneth Lester to enter an order of disqualification. The ruling was quick to the point. “Although many of the allegations, standing alone, do not meet … Continue reading

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Zimmerman Case – Response to Petition for Writ of Prohibition

The response can be located here. It was submitted on behalf of the State Attorney General’s office to the 5th District Court of Appeals on August 23rd, and is a recap of events, for the most part. The State, predictably … Continue reading

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The Case Against George Zimmerman – Latest Developments

Judge Lester ruled today that George Zimmerman could travel outside of Seminole County, but only to his lawyer’s offices. He also decided to review Zimmerman’s medical records in private and allow closed court arguments before he makes his decision in … Continue reading

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The Case Against George Zimmerman: A Review

George Zimmerman has been charged with 2nd degree murder in the killing of Trayvon Martin.  A 2nd degree murder charge, in this case,  states that the government must have probable cause – a reasonably cautious person would suspect that a … Continue reading

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A Belated Analysis of SCOTUS Healthcare Ruling

In the recent ruling by the Supreme Court of the United States on our healthcare system, Chief Justice John Roberts did something completely unexpected. He was the deciding vote and, as such, was the one that overruled the government’s main … Continue reading

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