Zimmerman Trial Day 6 – Analysis & Video – State’s witness Chris Serino seriously undermines charge

Hey folks,
For those who are interested, my end-of-day video and analysis of the Day 6 of Florida v. Zimmerman has just been posted.  If you didn’t listen to the live streaming of the Zimmerman case, you missed the most astonishing cross-examination of a trial that has been hip-deep in astonishing cross-examinations. (Fortunately for you, we provide the video–it’s worth watching it.)

On the stand was Chris Serino, who was the lead investigator for the Sanford Police Department on the Trayyvon Martin shooting. Defense counsel Mark O’Mara led cross-examination with his usual consummate skill, obtaining responses from this witness–remember, the State’s witness–that all but completely guts the State’s charge in this case.

Zimmerman Trial Day 6 – Analysis & Video – State’s witness Chris Serino seriously undermines charge

In addition to the end-of-day wrap up we also posted a mid-day analysis:

Zimmerman Update Exclusive — Mid-Day 6 — Zimmerman recounts fight for his life (recording)

We also separately made a couple of blog posts you might find interesting:

Zimmerman Update — How Much Injury Is Required Before Self-Defense is Justified?

Zimmerman Trial: Evidentiary Flashback: Investigator Serino Tells FBI He Was Pressured to Bring Charges

Don’t forget to join us Tuesday at 9:00AM for our all day live coverage of Day 7 of the trial.

Also, don’t forget to “follow” my Twitter feed–most of my minute-by-minute observations, analysis, and just funny remarks over the course of the day are published on my Twitter feed: @LawSelfDefense (no “of” in there).

To see our weekend wrap-up and reader poll of the trial up through last week, click here:

Zimmerman Trial – Open Comment Forum – Weekend Wrap-Up & Reader Poll

For all of our prior coverage on day-to-day events in court, as covered here at Legal Insurrection, click here: ARCHIVE:

Zimmerman Trial LIVE coverage all day, every day

For all of our prior coverage on issues specific to the Law of Self Defense as covered at my own blog, click here:

Law of Self Defense Blog: Zimmerman Trial

And last but not least, don’t forget that this is the last week to place a pre-order for “The Law of Self Defense, 2nd Edition,” $35 with free shipping with the 30% pre-order discount.  Once the books start shipping late this week, the pre-order discount disappears.




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