Next Florida self-defense trial: Loud music, teens in a car and a shooting

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Few among us will soon forget the “eccentric” jurisprudence demonstrated by Judge Debra Nelson during the George Zimmerman trial. I am pleased to discover that, to the good fortune of legal bloggers everywhere, Florida apparently has a surfeit of such judges. You ask for a similarly “eccentric” Florida judge in another Florida self-defense case? I give you Judge Russell Healey in the upcoming Michael Dunn trial.

For the full story--and it's a long one--check out the full-length analysis over at Legal Insurrection:

Next Florida self-defense trial: Loud music, teens in a car and a shooting

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