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6/3/2013 5TH DCA OPINION RE: DEPOSITION OF ATTORNEY BENJAMIN CRUMP

The following opinion was entered by the Fifth District Court of Appeal regarding the deposition of Attorney Benjamin Crump by counsel for George Zimmerman. You can read the opinion by clicking HERE

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5/13/13 State of Florida Motions Filed

Motion For Protective Order/Motion in Limine Regarding Toxicology Filed 5/13/13
Motion For Protective Order/Motion in Limine Regarding Toxicology

Motion to Limit/Exclude Improper Opinion Evidence Filed 5/13/13
Motion to Limit/Exclude Improper Opinion Evidence

Motion In Limine Regarding Self-Serving Hearsay Statements of Defendant Filed 5/13/13
Motion In Limine Regarding Self-Serving Hearsay Statements of Defendant

Motion in Limine Regarding Prior Criminal History Filed 5/13/13
Motion in Limine Regarding Prior Criminal History

Motion in Limine Regarding Calling of Witnesses Filed 5/13/13
Motion in Limine Regarding Calling of Witnesses

Motion in Limine Regarding Opinion As To Appropriate Penalty Or Disregard of Law Filed 5/13/13
Motion in Limine Regarding Opinion As To Appropriate Penalty Or Disregard of Law

Motion in Limine Regarding Trayvon Martin Filed 5/13/13
Motion in Limine Regarding Trayvon Martin

4/29/13 Proposed Respondent Benjamin L. Crump, Esq.’s Response to Petition For Writ Of Certiorari

Proposed Respondent Benjamin L. Crump, Esq.’s Response to Petition For Writ Of Certiorari that was filed with the Fifth District Court of Appeals on 4/29/2013 by Bruce Blackwell, Esq. and Shayan Modarres, Esq. on behalf of Benjamin Crump, Esq.:

5th DCA Response of Proposed Respondent B. Crump

5th DCA Motion for Leave to Respond

5th DCA Index to and Supp. App.

4/24/2013 State’s Response to Petition for Writ of Certiorari

The following Response to Petition for Writ of Certiorari was filed by the State in response to Defendant’s Petition.

2013 04-24 State’s RESPONSE to Petition for Writ of Certiorari

DEFENSE’S MOTION FOR SANCTIONS AGAINST STATE OF FLORIDA

Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1963) established the Brady disclosures that prosecutors must make to defense counsel in a criminal prosecution. Disclosures consists of potentially exculpatory or impeaching information and evidence that is material to the guilt or innocence of the defendant.

Did the State fail to disclose material evidence or exculpatory evidence, or is this just another attempt at diverting attention away from the defendant out of desperation?

Click here to read the Defense’s Motion: DEFENSE’S MOTION FOR SANCTIONS AGAINST STATE OF FLORIDA

THE FLORIDA STAND YOUR GROUND LAW- A LEGAL ANALYSIS

A Florida Case-Law Anaylsis to the “Stand Your Ground Law” and How it May Apply to the Zimmerman Prosecution in June:

THE FLORIDA STAND YOUR GROUND LAW- A LEGAL ANALYSIS