It has not been a great week for George Zimmerman. First he was arrested on domestic violence charges in an incident involving his girlfriend. He spent Monday night in jail, where he was served with divorce papers. Today his soon to be ex-wife, Shellie Zimmerman, appeared on Katie Couric's talk show "Katie." Anderson looks at what she said and discusses it with Mark O'Mara, one of the attorneys who helped win Zimmerman's acquittal in the Trayvon Martin case.
George Zimmerman was charged with felony assault after allegedly pointing a shotgun at his girlfriend, Samantha Scheibe. Prosecutors also allege he tried to choke Scheibe, but haven’t charged him with that. Former federal prosecutor and legal analyst Sunny Hostin and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos discuss.
From speeding tickets to domestic disputes, George Zimmerman can't seem to stay out of the way of the law. David Mattingly traces Zimmerman’s legal woes since his acquittal in the Trayvon Martin murder trial.
Authorities in Florida charged George Zimmerman with aggravated assault –a felony– for allegedly pointing a shotgun at his girlfriend. He was arrested at her home today and taken into custody. He's also charged with battery and criminal mischief. The 911 call has been released. Zimmerman has had several run-ins with law enforcement since he was found not guilty of murdering Trayvon Martin. Anderson talks about the latest developments with Former Federal Prosecutor and Legal Analyst Sunny Hostin and Criminal Defense Attorney Danny Cevallos.
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New questions about the autopsy of Marlon Brown. He is the Florida man struck and killed by a police car. The medical examiner ruled his death an accident, and the officer behind the wheel is not facing any criminal charges. But Brown's family is calling it an execution and demanding justice. The medical examiner at the center of the case may be familiar to those who followed the George Zimmerman Trial. 360's Randi Kaye has the latest.
If authorities move forward with a civil rights case against George Zimmerman, how difficult would it be to prove? Anderson discussed it with criminal defense attorney Danny Cevallos and CNN legal analyst and former federal prosecutor Sunny Hostin.
George Zimmerman was acquitted in the killing of Trayvon Martin but his legal troubles may not be over. This week, Martin's parents met with the FBI and Justice Department to talk about the ongoing civil rights investigation. 360's Randi Kaye has the latest.
Juror B29 has come out and apologized to the Martin family. She has called George Zimmerman a murderer. So why didn't she fight harder for a guilty verdict? We hear from her, and our panel weighs in on what may have been going on in the jury room. Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump, legal analysts and former federal prosecutors Sunny Hostin and Jeffrey Toobin and jury consultant Carolyn Robbins Manley weigh in.
Where was the the George Zimmerman trial won and lost? Before the testimony started, some argued it was already decided during jury selection. Now as we hear more from Juror B29, some say it was the jury instructions that made all the difference. Wolf discussed that issue with Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump, legal analysts and former federal prosecutors Sunny Hostin and Jeffrey Toobin and jury consultant Carolyn Robbins Manley.
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