The nation's fixation on the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin has led many to question whether an impartial jury could be found for the trial of his killer, George Zimmerman.
But it's possible a judge, not a jury, will decide Zimmerman's fate. He says he fired in self-defense, and many expect his lawyers will eventually ask for an immunity hearing under Florida's controversial "stand your ground" law...
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Does your state/jurisdiction have a 'Stand your ground' type law? If so, is it adjudicated similar to FL? What might be some of the Pros & Cons of having a 'minitrial'?