Prosecutor Rejects Use of Grand Jury in Trayvon Martin Shooting
Special Prosecutor Angela Corey has decided against using the grand jury to investigate the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
Corey says the grand jury isn't needed and the case is still being investigated. She says ""The decision should not be considered a factor in the final determination of the case." She previously said she's never used one before in investigating whether a case involved justifiable homicide and she has previously said she may or may not use the grand jury in this case. The initial decision to use the grand jury was made by State's Attorney Norm Wolfinger, before he recused himself from the case. /p>
Here is her actual statement, courtesy of NBC 6 Miami.
I have no clue which way she is leaning.
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