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George Zimmerman’s Petition Force Judge to Step Down

A Florida appeals court granted George Zimmerman's request for a new judge Wednesday, saying the original judge's remarks put Zimmerman in reasonable fear of...

George Zimmerman’s Defense Team Files Appeal to Remove Judge From Case

Lawyers for George Zimmerman, the Florida vigilante charged with murder in the death of teenager Trayvon Martin, said Monday that they are appealing a...

George Zimmerman’s Judge Rejects Motion to Step Down

George Zimmerman's judge will not step down because the motion seeking to disqualify him is "legally insufficient," the judge wrote in his order. Judge Kenneth...

George Zimmerman “Manipulating” System: Hopes to Get Away With Murder

George Zimmerman has filed a motion in Seminole County, Florida requesting a new trial judge—claiming current Judge Kenneth Lester is biased against him. Is Mr....

George Zimmerman Claims Judge is Biased, Wants Him Removed

George Zimmerman wants a new judge to preside over his murder trial in the shooting of Trayvon Martin, arguing the current judge is biased...

George Zimmerman Set to Go Free on One Million Bond

The Florida neighborhood watch volunteer who killed Trayvon Martin can leave jail on $1-million bond while awaiting trial on a second-degree murder charge, a...

Judge To Decide on George Zimmerman’s Bail Thursday

The judge presiding over the bond hearing for George Zimmerman is expected to deliver his ruling Thursday on whether he will allow Zimmerman to...

George Zimmerman to Ask Judge for Bail, Again

A judge will weigh several factors Friday in deciding whether to set bond for the neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman who fatally shot unarmed...

Zimmerman’s Credibility Completely Destroyed Since His Bail Has Been Revoked for...

Defendant George Zimmerman's bail was revoked on Friday, with presiding Judge Kenneth Lester ordering him back to jail within 48 hours, so by now...

Abused Wife Marissa Alexander ‘Stands Her Ground,’ Faces 20 Year Prison...

AFRICANGLOBE - Unfortunately, “Stand Your Ground” doesn’t work nearly as well to protect abused Black women — just vigilante neighborhood watch captains with violent criminal records.
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