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Response to grantcart (Original post)

Thu Apr 5, 2012, 10:35 AM

1. You may wish that was the law but it is not.

First ,Zimmerman was questioned for hours on the night of the incident by the police. Whatever he said is there for prosecutors to examine. Second. no matter what a potential defendant says or doesn't say a prosecutor must feel the defendant is guilty of a charge before bringing it. A prosecutor is violating his ethics if he brings a charge just to see what happens in court. Third, Zimmerman's defense attorney has told him to not talk, I'm sure. I know I would. Prosecutors have no right to endlessly question a suspect until they get want they want.

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