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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

Originally posted by carolina cutie carolina cutie wrote:

IA Tokyo. She smells like a pile of horsesh*t.

“I think George Zimmerman is a man whose heart is in the right place but just got displaced by the vandalism in the neighborhoods and wanting to catch these people so badly that he went above and beyond what he really should have done,” she said. “But I think his heart was in the right place. It just went terribly wrong.”


Bish that's manslaughter!Angry

the fact that she references all of HIS actions as the cause of things going wrong makes me very curious how the other ones were swayed.  it doesn't matter what he MEANT to do, it's what he actually did.  i'm really confused by this.  
Gurl she really was committed to getting this killer off. She had a plan, a book deal and was ready to make some cash off of buddy GZ.




@CornelWest Is Obama as committed to justice for Trayvon as he is to prosecuting Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden?

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Per another website: Mark O'mara is the bar president in Seminole county where this juror's husband works.

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^^^The fix was in with that jury..
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Originally posted by carolina cutie carolina cutie wrote:

Per another website: Mark O'mara is the bar president in Seminole county where this juror's husband works.

What in the actual fcuk.Censored




This shyt CANNOT stand. Fixing juries on a murder trial? This needs to go up to US federal court and O'Mara and this mystery lawyer need to be tried for jury tampering.
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Spread the word about o'mara and the jurors husband working in the same place.
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Doesn't sound like a mistrial can be called after the verdict is read



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A courtroom trial that has been terminated prior to its normal conclusion. A mistrial has no legal effect and is considered an invalid or nugatory trial. It differs from a "new trial," which recognizes that a trial was completed but was set aside so that the issues could be tried again.

A judge may declare a mistrial for several reasons, including lack of jurisdiction, incorrect jury selection, or a deadlocked, or hung, jury. A deadlocked jury—where the jurors cannot agree over the defendant's guilt or innocence—is a common reason for declaring a mistrial. Extraordinary circumstances, such as death or illness of a necessary juror or an attorney, may also result in a mistrial. A mistrial may also result from a fundamental error so prejudicial to the defendant that it cannot be cured by appropriate instructions to the jury, such as improper remarks made during the prosecution's summation.

In determining whether to declare a mistrial, the court must decide whether the error is so prejudicial and fundamental that expenditure of further time and expense would be wasteful, if not futile. Although the judge has the power to declare a mistrial and discharge a jury, this power should be "exercised with great care and only in cases of absolute necessity" (Salvatore v. State of Florida, 366 So. 2d 745 [Fla. 1978], cert. denied, 444 U.S. 885, 100 S. Ct. 177, 62 L. Ed. 2d 115 [1979]).

For example, in Ferguson v. State, 417 So. 2d 639 (Fla. 1982), the defendant moved for a mistrial because of an allegedly improper comment made by the prosecution during closing argument. The prosecution stated that not only was defense counsel asking the jury to find a scapegoat for the defendant's guilt, he was also putting the blame on someone who had already been found guilty. The appellate court found that the lower court had properly denied the motion for a mistrial because the prosecutor's comment fell within the bounds of "fair reply."

A mistrial in a criminal prosecution may prevent retrial under the Double Jeopardy provision of the Fifth Amendment, which prohibits an individual from being tried twice for the same offense, unless required by the interests of justice and depending on which party moved for the mistrial. Typically, there is no bar to a retrial if the defendant requests or consents to a mistrial. A retrial may be barred if the court grants a mistrial without the defendant's consent, or over his objection. If the mistrial results from judicial or prosecutorial misconduct, a retrial will be barred. In United States v. Jorn, 400 U.S. 470, 91 S. Ct. 547, 27 L. Ed. 2d 543 (1971), the Supreme Court held that reprosecuting the defendant would constitute double jeopardy because the judge had abused his discretion in declaring a mistrial. On his own motion, the judge had declared a mistrial to enable government witnesses to consult with their own attorneys.
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At this point Ziimmerman can never be charged for this crime by the Florida criminal court ever again.

Even if Zimmerman came out today and admitted to being guilty of the charges he cannot be tried again (due to double jeopardy).

The only way Zimmerman could see the inside of a jail cell is if the Federal government charges him for violating Trayvon's civil rights.
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Originally posted by carolina cutie carolina cutie wrote:

Per another website: Mark O'mara is the bar president in Seminole county where this juror's husband works.

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That's a conflict of interest! In a normal jury selection, If she had this close of a connection with Mark O'mara, she would have never been a Juror.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote bindy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 16 2013 at 6:10am
Juror B37 said that she thought Trayvon attacked Zimmerman and that they were both responsible for what happened. 

I could hardly stand to hear her speak......I was thinking like lady are you stupid.....This dude was stalking this kid......how would you feel if you were followed by a "creepy" man with a gun.......

I really hate juror B37.
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