In a news conference Tuesday, attorneys for George Zimmerman, the man who shot and killed Florida teen Trayvon Martin, say they have lost contact with Zimmerman and are no longer representing him.
Jose Baez, the defense attorney who represented Casey Anthony, told HLN’s Dr. Drew Tuesday night, “The way these attorneys handled this situation was nothing short of a train wreck in my opinion.”
Hear how Baez would have handled the case in the video clip above.
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•Special prosecutor decides not to present case to grand jury; charges still possible
•Martin family attorney: ‘No one should read anything negative into it (special prosecutor's decision) … it really means nothing’
•CNN Political Analyst Roland Martin: African-Americans have always felt that the justice system really bears down on us in a much different way’
Outrage over the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin continues to grip the nation.
On Monday, special prosecutor Angela Corey said she will not be using a grand jury to decide whether George Zimmerman should be arrested in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
Is it good news for Zimmerman? Does the latest news reveal anything at all? HLN’s Dr. Drew and his guests discuss the issue.
Also, George Zimmerman launched a website asking for money. Is he worried that he's going to trial?
Dr. Drew explores what we know and what we think we know about the case that is causing so much controversy that some feel is dividing our country.
HLN’s Dr. Drew told his viewers Tuesday night that he wanted to move the conversation about Trayvon Martin's death forward - getting into why so many people have such divergent opinions.
"It seems whenever the conversation turns to race, people can become divided," he said.
Our country has come a long way from its dark history of racism and prejudice, but what has really changed?
Dr. Drew and his guests, including actor, comedian and former NFL Player Terry Crews, discuss the issues surrounding racism.
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A leading expert in the field of forensic voice identification tells CNN, "with reasonable scientific certainty", the person crying for help on a 9-1-1 recording just seconds before Trayvon Martin was shot to death, is not George Zimmerman.
The results of that analysis cannot be considered 100-percent accurate, and directly contrast the Sanford Police report which says that George Zimmerman stated he was the person screaming for help.
HLN’s Dr. Drew and his guests discuss the issue.
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