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The Florida Roundup
Fri July 12, 2013
Zimmerman Trial: Race, Self-Defense And The Law
Today on the Florida Roundup at noon on 91.3 FM:
We’re bracing for a verdict in the Zimmerman case, a trial that has the state on edge. Does Florida’s Stand Your Ground law make it an open-and-shut case for the defense? And is too much being made of the possible reaction if Trayvon Martin’s killer is set free?
The U.S. Justice Department finds - for the second time in a decade - that City of Miami police used excessive force in a spate of shootings, seven resulting in the deaths of black residents of the city.
And Florida's weird. We can prove it. We’ll hear some of the Sunshine State’s strangest stories.
Join host Phil Latzman with panelists Craig Pittman of the Tampa Bay Times, Melissa Sanchez of El Nuevo Herald and Michael Mayo of the Sun Sentinel. Also at noon, share your thoughts and questions about the news from this week in a live chat below curated by our social media editor Danny Rivero: