Trayvon Martin case: special prosecutor decides not to use grand jury

Trayvon Martin case: special prosecutor decides not to use grand jury

April 9, 2012 by legitgov

ShareThis Trayvon Martin case: special prosecutor decides not to use grand jury –‘There will be no further comment from this office.’ 09 Apr 2012 The special prosecutor investigating Trayvon Martin’s death has decided against using a grand jury to determine whether any charges should be brought in connection with the Florida teenager’s killing. A statement released by Angela Corey’s office on Monday did not give a reason for the decision. “From the moment she was assigned, Corey noted she may not need a grand jury,” the statement said. Martin, 17, was shot dead in Sanford, Florida, on 26 February by a self-declared neighbourhood watch captain, George Zimmerman.

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