The special prosecutor assigned to oversee the investigation, Angela Corey, announced Monday that she would not present the controversial shooting case to a grand jury.
A grand jury had been scheduled to convene on Tuesday in the case before Corey waved it off saying “the decision should not be considered a factor in the final determination of the case.”
But some legal experts say Corey’s announcement could signal an imminent decision for George Zimmerman, the man accused shooting an unarmed Florida teenager.
Legal experts seem to think this is a good sign for those who want to see George Zimmerman tried by a jury of his peers in court.
“I would anticipate she will move quickly on this,” said Paul Callan, a former New York homicide prosecutor. “I think you’ll see her come down with charges probably very, very soon.”
Zimmerman’s attorney, Hal Uhrig, told CNN that he was “not surprised” that Corey wouldn’t present a case to a grand jury.
“Don’t know what her decision will be. Courageous move on her part,” he wrote in a text message to CNN’s Martin Savidge Monday. Uhrig said he and Zimmerman legal adviser Craig Sonner plan to meet with Zimmerman for the first time “probably later this week.”
Hopefully this guy is right and Zimmerman has to bring his pu**y azz out of hiding and face the muhfuggin music!
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