Zimmerman's Lawyer Explains Limits of Social Media Presence
One of the reasons I warn commenters here not to attack the character of Trayvon Martin is that I don't think it will come up at trial, and I'm following and attempting to analyze the legal proceedings. Mark O'Mara has made it clear he would not be raising Trayvon's character at trial. If it's not an issue in the legal case, I see no reason to speculate about it.
Today O'Mara makes it clearer. He lists what people won't find on the new website and social media pages he established for the case:
We Will Not Comment On The Character of Trayvon Martin, His Family, or His Supporters
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