One week after a jury found George Zimmerman not guilty in the death of unarmed teen Trayvon Martin, people gathered for nationwide rallies to press for changes to self-defense laws and for federal civil rights charges against the former neighborhood watch leader.
Like the president, they too have seen people walk across the street and lock their car doors as they got near. They, too, know what it’s like to be followed while shopping in a department store.
McGeorge Law School Professor John Myers says Florida’s self-defense law that led to George Zimmerman’s acquittal is similar to California’s, with nearly identical language.
The Oakland A’s were the hot topic of conversation leading off the Monday edition of Keith Brooks and Carmichael Dave after the A’s won two out of three over the AL East-leading Boston Red Sox […]
A disturbing image of a fallen officer that showed up in his work email ended up getting a state worker fired, and now he is fired up.
In a surprise move, George Zimmerman took the witness stand at his bond reduction hearing Friday morning and made a brief statement directed at the parents of Trayvon Martin, saying he was sorry for the loss of their son.
There may be a conflict of interest involving the judge in the Travyon Martin shooting case.
Second-degree murder charges against George Zimmerman were filed Wednesday afternoon in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, CBS News reported.
Activists were holding “hoodie rallies” across the country Tuesday, including in Sacramento, in support of slain Florida teenager Trayvon Martin.
Scores of supporters showed up at William Land Park in Sacramento Thursday afternoon wearing their hoodies in support of Trayvon Martin, one of several events in the region honoring the slain Florida teenager.