No way for me to answer, as I have not seen all of the evidence presented in court.
Also, the defense has not yet completed their presentation.
I pray that the judicial system is open, hones, and fair.
I also pray that the jury makes their decision based upon the evidence, not upon expected public opinion.
Sorry, but this is the best that I can do.
That would be "no jail time".
T's parents should pay Z's legal bills and make a public apology for raising a punk.What sentence would you give him?
Yes, I know it's not over yet. From what you know already...... vote.
It's a foreign concept to you, as I used intelligence and common sense.
Based on available evidence, I have trouble envisioning any legitimate scenario where he is guilty of Murder2.
Manslaughter, possibly... even that is iffy. Very iffy.
I am not sure what else he could be found guilty of, since dumbassery isn't a crime in and of itself...
T's parents should pay Z's legal bills and make a public apology for raising a punk.
You didn't answer to OP's question, why even bother responding? AW?
Having no evidence, I tend to agree with this.
He made some stupid decisions financially afterwords, but I have yet to see anything that indicates his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
I do hope that the jury has the guts to vote based upon evidence presented.
In these parts, the nod goes to the shooter in a SD situation unless evidence indicates otherwise.
Frankly, the grand jury should have no billed him, from what I have seen.
I believe Angela Corey took it away from the Grand Jury before the Grand Jury had a chance to let him off.
IIRC he, his wife and his father have grown rather wealthy from this ordeal. No source for that information, too lazy to google.
Found innocent of any crime and be free to go on his way.
Unfortunately, no matter what the verdict, Zimmerman will never be free to go his own way again.
That's very true. And unlike Casey Anthony, I feel sorry for him.
I think it's an unfortunate situation for him, but I don't feel sorry for him. He did everything in his power to take the law into his own hands. He didn't need to follow Trayvon, he didn't need to get out of his car. Frankly, he didn't even need to call the police. But instead, he acted like a police officer, so whatever came of it was entirely his own doing. What did he think was going to happen?
I'd give him a few years in jail for manslaughter, but here's what I would say: he should never be allowed to own a gun throughout the rest of his life. He's shown he can't be trusted with a weapon, because he thinks it gives him the right to play pretend policeman.