Legal and Public Policy Implications of the Trayvon Martin Shooting
Panelists discussed legal and policy issues surrounding the Trayvon Martin shooting. They explained “stand your ground”… read more
Panelists discussed legal and policy issues surrounding the Trayvon Martin shooting.
They explained “stand your ground” laws and why they were created. They also discussed issues that have resulted from these laws.
“Should We Stand Our Ground? The Legal and Public Policy Implications of the Trayvon Martin Shooting” was held at the Atlanta Office of Jones Day law firm. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Erica J. Hashimoto Associate Professor University of Georgia->School of Law
- Markel Hutchins Minister
- John Monroe Attorney
- Ed Setzler State Representative [R] Georgia
- Matt Weiss Vice President American Constitution Society for Law and Policy->Georgia Lawyer Chapter
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