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
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
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.:
4/12/2013 Motion to Determine Confidentiality of Court Records in Opposition to Defendant’s Motion to Unseal
The following Motion was filed by Benjamin Crump in the Circuit Court on 4/12/2013
April 11, 2013
Statement from Trayvon Martin’s Family and their Attorneys
One year ago today, the State of Florida decided that there was evidence to charge George Zimmerman for second-degree murder for profiling, pursuing, and killing our unarmed teenage son. The facts of this case are simple and straightforward. We are confident that a jury following the overwhelming evidence against George Zimmerman will hold him accountable for killing our son, Trayvon Martin.
For the Zimmerman family to allege that the justice system doesn’t work, simply because they are unhappy their son was arrested in the first place, is disingenuous and disrespectful to the very system that is currently affording him every available opportunity to defend himself. The arrest of an admitted killer is not a violation of due process, it is due process. Most will agree that no one has been given greater consideration by the justice system for killing an unarmed child, than George Zimmerman.
We continue to pray that our son’s death will serve as a catalyst in preventing other senseless acts of gun violence.