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Trevor I'm Martin talk about -- on Maria on masters from fundamental questions.
Would it be what -- the of retain.
All -- when this murder happened or whatever what columnist when when this incident happened.
Wouldn't have done -- corporate for him to be a rest of them normally.
Well I guess there's really nothing normal about criminal prosecution but yet you would expect that there would have been a more intensive investigation at the beginning right because there are cases sometimes that people are actually justified but you hope that the police get to the bottom of that very quickly so that someone is not -- they don't just -- -- lock the door.
What -- so why do you think he wants and there's a -- -- to underground long floral.
Yeah I mean.
Again without anonymous -- all the facts yet it's a tough on -- that stand your ground lot really makes it much more difficult because it presumed it lets the police unless that they can say the person was not justified that they can let them walk out they can make that call early on as opposed to a grand jury.
Or child jury which is what most of us think normally should happen in the case like us okay is this a fair question vascular.
Your prosecutor any knowing what you know about the carriers.
Or -- charged him with second degree murder or -- alone don't practice.
I think that there's going to be some critical facts that.
And I do not know right now but I'm guessing that had to I had them before mean and I think that that's the appropriate charge here.
Or -- so when you charge somebody.
With second degree murder of supposed to manslaughter.
The implication -- -- at least -- a -- bottom line.
Is that you must have some evidence.
You would hope so you're not doing a job as a prosecutor right -- -- not to get convictions but it's to get to the truth to get justice whatever that is in the cards fall where they fall.
Ultimately it jury will decide what to do and it can be murder it can be manslaughter even though that is the charge or it can be nothing if they find that he was in this case justified.
But the prosecutor has to charge the highest charge that the evidence points -- And so if the evidence showed this prosecutor which I believe it did based on she did in over two week investigation before she decided on the charges here.
That it can be a case to -- probable cause to believe that he caused this man's death within Florida that means depraved indifference.
That's what she has charge and then later on they can determine based on additional evidence or or they can submit that -- plus the lower charge the manslaughter which people are saying why didn't she just charge of manslaughter.
She can't just charge the manslaughter if the evidence shows her that there is a potentially higher charge that he is -- Ensemble for pocket.
Alan Dershowitz -- no don't.
-- does get involved in political things and there may be a political motivation for economists -- -- investors -- assume.
Hello problem by Evelyn that to -- -- he says that is not enough in fact there was enough information.
Content or whatever Paper should files.
To warrant of second degree murder charge will -- I want my question is.
Can she follow second degree murder charge.
Without that after measurement and and -- she may have information but this year obligated to him to provide that information which involves charges.
She's obligated to provide a very bare bones version Africa.
That's set so I disagree and absolutely he is a brilliant man whether we do agree politically I'm not.
But and he is a racist views but these affidavits when we file charges -- they're really bare -- we don't wanna try.
-- case and let all our evidence out there because again I'm sure that they are not done with the search of her evidence and so you don't want to give any more than you have to do in these sort of public papers.
And so that's just it's a bare bones versions enough to make out the charge and then it'll all come out later when there's -- Without -- -- charging him a second degree in March also under option as the rest of -- -- -- manslaughter.
And all of what you charge and -- there be any reason.
All took charge him with the second degree murder.
And are planning on making a plea deals -- manslaughter.
Sure I mean as a prosecutor.
She can't make that charge just to try to get a plea deal right I mean because then that's actually going against what she is.
Charged to deal however there's nothing wrong -- later on she decides that there are.
Mitigating factors are things that.
What she thinks and share a just and fair outcome to let him take a plea to something less are.
Even though he is charged with -- in her mind based on the evidence responsible for the -- -- the --
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