Could Maryland be the next state to have a controversial “stand your ground” law? A state delegate is proposing just that.
Saturday marks one week since George Zimmerman’s acquittal. A jury found him not guilty in the death of teen Trayvon Martin. But protesters are still making their voices heard, holding rallies and vigils across America, including right here in Baltimore.
One of the jurors who acquitted George Zimmerman has come forward to talk about the verdict. Juror b37 spoke out Monday night. And so did one of the key witnesses in the case: Rachel Jeantel, Trayvon Martin’s friend.
Emotions are still running high 48 hours after a jury acquitted George Zimmerman of murder in the death of Trayvon Martin. Dozens of outraged protesters made their voices heard in Baltimore, many calling for federal charges against Zimmerman.
Outrage after George Zimmerman–the man who killed unarmed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin–is acquitted on all charges.
After several delays, the trial is finally getting underway for brothers accused of beating an African-American teen during a neighborhood watch.
The case against George Zimmerman in Florida is affecting a Baltimore trial involving a neighborhood watch group.
If the charge is murder, it won’t be in the first degree. That possibility was effectively eliminated in the killing of a Florida teen by a neighborhood watch member.
Searching for justice. The parents of Trayvon Martin take their fight to Capitol Hill as protesters head to the nation’s capital to make their voices heard.
After public outcry, new investigations are launched in the controversial death of a Florida teenager. The case has outraged people across the country, including a former Baltimore mayor who’s now a leader in civil rights and the law.