What Will "Stand Your Ground" Prosecutors Have to Prove to Convict?


KEY TAKEAWAYS: 

  • Seminole Heights murderer has been deemed competent enough to stand trial, so legal proceedings will continue.
  • A federal judge has revoked a law banning early elections on Florida college campuses'. This should make early voting more accessible for young, college-aged voters in the state. 
  • In the Clearwater "stand your ground" case, the attorney from the Trayvon Martin case has joined the fight. 
  • There are certain things prosecutors will have to prove to be able to convict the shooter, they have the burden of proof. 

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