So no expert testimony is allowed, but TM's mother' opinion is?
Of course, Z's mother said much the same thing; as did his uncle (I think it was an uncle, maybe brother?). It would appear that these testimonies would balance each other out. If only one of them can be correct, obviously one of them is mistaken in identifying their "child's" voice.
Martin became her "angel" in court, but hadn't he come to live with his father because mom was having issues with his behaviour?
"Know in your heart that all things are possible. We couldn't conceive of a miracle if none ever happened." -Libby Fudim
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and wisdom. And hopefully the judge and jury get to hear enough of the truth to make a fair call.
"There is very little justice in this world; only the law, which is a very poor substitute."
Peter Hathaway Capstick
The Zimmerman trial is already over
Prosecutors in the George Zimmerman second degree murder trial have pushed hard on two points as they seek to make their case against him: that the injuries to Zimmerman on the night Trayvon Martin died were “insignificant” and that he had studied Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law in a college class in 2010.
To win conviction on second-degree murder, the prosecution has to show that the death was caused by a criminal act “demonstrating a depraved mind without regard for human life.”
ALL OF THIS IS IN THE NAME OF GETTING THE SCOOP AND RATINGS WHICH TRANSLATES TO MONEY.